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PUBLIC DOCUMENTS 
DEPOSITORY ITEM 

NOV y 1987 
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Historic Furnishings Report 

HARRY S TRUMAN 

HARRY S TRUMAN HOME 

National Historic Site/Missouri 



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HISTORIC FURNISHINGS REPORT 



HARRY S TRUMAN HOME 
HARRY S TRUMAN NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 
Independence, Missouri 



by 
Sarah M. Olson 



1986 
Harpers Ferry Center 
National Park Service 
U.S. Department of the Interior 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS /Hi 



ADMINISTRATIVE DATA /l 

Location and Proposed Use /l 

Interpretive Objectives and Period of Interpretation /l 

Operating Plan /2 



HISTORICAL DATA /5 

Primary Sources /5 

Recommendations for Further Research /7 
Furnishing 219 North Delaware: A Summary /8 
Christmas at the Truman Home /15 



FURNISHINGS PLAN AND EVIDENCE OF ORIGINAL FURNISHINGS /18 
Key to Abbreviations /18 

FIRST FLOOR: 

Central Hall (103) /20 

Rear Foyer (107) 111 

Living Room (104) /23 

Music Room (108) /37 

Dining Room (110) /50 

Library (109) /57 

Butler's Pantry (111) /65 

Kitchen (113) /70 

Pantry (112) /73 

Porch (114 B/C) - May-September /74 

Bedroom (105) /76 

SECOND FLOOR: 

Stair and Hall (103-A/202) /79 

Alcove (201) /83 

Bedroom (204) /85 

Bedroom (205) /92 

Passageway (206-A) /95 

Bedroom (210) /98 

Bedroom (209) /100 

Bedroom (207) /103 
Special Installation, Maintenance, and Protection 

Recommendations (Diana R. Pardue) /106 



BIBLIOGRAPHY /133 
ILLUSTRATIONS /137 
APPENDIX I: 



APPENDIX II 



PROBATE RECORDS OF GEORGE P. AND ELIZABETH GATES, 
1918 AND 1924 (JACKSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE, JACKSON 
COUNTY, MISSOURI) /278 

INVOICES FOR WORK PERFORMED AT AND PURCHASES FOR 
219 NORTH DELAWARE, AND WASHINGTON, D.C., 
1884-1974 /279 



APPENDIX III: STUDY, INVENTORY OF CONTENTS, PREPARED BY THE HARRY 
S. TRUMAN LIBRARY, 1981-82 /294 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



Research for this report began during the 18 months between Bess 
Truman's death and the opening of the home to the public. There was 
much research to be done and many planning efforts began 
simultaneously. Most of those involved were experiencing the house 
for the first time and many of our efforts overlapped. As a result 
this report compiles information gathered by several individuals. 

Director Zobrist and staff of the Harry S. Truman Library completed 
the monumental task of inventorying the contents of the home. The 
inventory is primarily the work of Pat Kerr and Liz Safly both of whom 
continue to support our efforts by sharing their invaluable memories 
of this process. 

Regional Chief of Cultural Resources Andy Ketterson provided the first 
Park Service presence in the home. His December 1982 photographs form 
the earliest comprehensive pictorial documentation for the home. 

From the start, Ranger-in-Charge Tom Richter and later Superintendent 
Norm Reigle and staff have actively gathered information about the 
Trumans' life in this house and its contents. Their efforts remain 
on-going. The work of park curator Steve Harrison and student 
researcher Jim Williams contributes heavily to this report. 

Historian Ron Cockrell's work forms an important background for any 
research on the site. 

Finally, special thanks go to Margaret Truman Daniel for her support 
and her interest in exhibiting an accurate and meaningful picture of 
her family in their home at 219 North Delaware. 



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ADMINISTRATIVE DATA 

Location and Proposed Use 

The Truman home is the primary resource of the Harry S Truman Na- 
tional Historic Site established by Public Law 98-32 on May 23, 1983. 
Located at 219 North Delaware Street in Independence, Missouri, it has 
been identified for preservation, interpretion, and research 
purposes. Planning documents affecting the use and management of the 
structure are: 

Statement for Management, 1983 

General Management Plan, draft 

Interim Interpretive Prospectus, 1984 

Historic Structures Report: 

History and Significance, 1984 
Architectural Data (in progress) 

The Trumans of Independence: 

Historic Resource Study, 1985 

Scope of Collections Statement, 1985 

Resource Management Plan, 1986 

IDLCS: 23694. Entered on the List of Classified 

Structures, March 26, 1986, Management Category A. 

Interpretive Objectives and Period of Interpretation 

Former President Harry S Truman's habits and tastes, his immediate 
family, and three generations of his extended family are all 
represented at 219 North Delaware. The house, where Truman lived for 
58 years, is a vivid three-dimensional extension of the man. It is a 
natural stage for interpreting Truman through the spaces he inhabited. 



In addition, as the summer White House from 1945 throuqh 1953, the 

home provides an opportunity to interpret aspects of the Truman 
presidency, like Truman's reaction to the invasion of South Korea, 
news of which he received at 219 North Delaware. 

The furnishings plan represents the important cumulative nature of 
these interiors. Bess Truman died on October 18, 1982. Unlike 
previous periods the October 1982 house is fully documented resulting 
from the Truman Library inventory of the contents completed at this 
time. Technically, therefore, these interiors represent Bess Truman's 
death date, although items associated exclusively with her final 

illness, such as a hospital bed, have been removed. But, broadly 
speaking, the plan represents the several years prior to the former 

president's death in 1972 and Bess Truman's subsequent years as a 
widow. 

Visitors, in fact will see the 1982 house little changed from 1953 
when the Trumans returned from the White House. Immediately following 
the presidency and Madge Gates Wallace's death, the Trumans 
redecorated the house to suit their own needs and tastes, 
incorporating many objects from Truman's years in the Senate and as 
president, yet retaining much of the flavor of the Gates and Wallace 

occupancies. Evidence shows the Trumans made remarkably few changes 
following this redecoration project. 

Operating Plan 

219 North Delaware is open to visitors year-round (Christmas, New 
Year's, and Thanksgiving Days excepted) from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. 
The home is closed Mondays after Labor Day and before Memorial Day. 
Guided tours are conducted every fifteen minutes. 



Tours consist of eight visitors and one park interpreter, with one to 

two additional park rangers, as needed, stationed outside the house at 
the front gate. 

Visitors enter the back door, proceed through the kitchen and butler's 
pantry to the dining room and central hall, exiting from the front 
door. From this route visitors can view the library, music room, and 
living room. Rangers are responsible for the preservation and 
security of the house and contents as well as providing 
interpretation during the tour. Additional protection is provided by 
shaded carpeting indicating the tour route and an electronic security 
system. Through the use of a stair climbing device the mobility 
disabled are provided full access to the tour route. 

While this report provides documentation for both the first and second 
floors of the Truman home, visitation is limited to the first floor. 




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HISTORICAL DATA 

Primary Sources 

Two comprehensive records exist of the Trumans' 1982 house. First 

is a nearly complete inventory of the contents, excluding the kitchen, 
attic, basement, and back porch, prepared in 1981-82 by the Harry S. 

Truman Library. Second is a complete photographic inventory taken by 
the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) in March 1983, five 
months after Bess Truman's death. 

Before the HABS photographer arrived, some manuscript materials, like 
books bearing particularly valuable inscriptions, albums, scrapbooks, 
and appointment books, were removed to the Truman Library where they 
remain. In addition, Margaret Truman Daniel removed some items. At 
Mrs. Daniel's request and by way of cleaning up, unshelved stacks of 
books, particularly in the library, were likewise removed (many to a 
thrift store). Such objects do not appear in the HABS photographs. 
Most of the HABS photographs are reproduced in figures 44 through 91. 
They serve mainly as visual corroboration for the 1981-82 inventory 
which is the primary source for the furnishings plan. 

With the exception of the study contents, the Truman Library inventory 
is not reproduced here in facsimile, but objects in the furnishings 
plan are keyed to that inventory. 

Numerous pre-HABS interior photographs survive of 219 North Delaware, 
as well as of the Trumans' Connecticut Avenue residence in Washington, 
D.C., and are reproduced in figures 1 through 43. These photographs 

provide good documentation for the living room, hall, music room, li- 
brary, and back porch. 

An important series of color photographs on file at the park was taken 
in December 1982 by Regional Chief of Cultural Resources Andy 
Ketterson who was the first Park Service presence in the home. These 



photographs are nearly as comprehensive in scope as the HABS photos 
and, with few exceptions, they confirm the HABS images of three 
months later. 

Three unrelated series of color snapshots (mostly unreproduceable in 
quality) dating between December 1980 and October 1982 dre also on 

file at the park. These images, resulting from such occasions as an 
October 1982 fire inspection, provide documentation for selected 

areas. 

Photographs of the private quarters in the Truman White House and the 
Blair House have been examined to identify objects used both in 
Washington and Independence. 

An additional pictorial source is the footage from "Person to Person," 
filmed in May 1955 with Margaret Truman as guest moderator. This 
footage, of course, also offers an invaluable medium for 
interpretation. Still pictures from "Person to Person" are found in 
figures 30-33. 

In 1983, the Park Service conducted extensive interviews about the 
home, primarily with Margaret Truman Daniel and Mrs. George P. 
Wallace, the Trumans' sister-in-law and immediate neighbor. In 

November, 1983, Smithsonian World filmed an interview with Mrs. Daniel 
in the house, a transcript of which has been made available to the 
Service. Subsequent interviews have been conducted with former Truman 
employees and friends. 

Documenting the White House years, the Truman Papers at the Truman 
Library contain packing lists of objects shipped to the Independence 
house in January 1953. I have not, however, located shipping records 
for the pre-White House objects purchased in Washington during the 
Senatorial years. 



A small collection survives at the Truman Library of invoices 
recording purchases for the house from 1884 through 1980, and these 

are found in Appendix II. Probate records for George P. and Elizabeth 
Gates are found in Appendix I. These estate inventories are 

disappointingly brief, and Wallace and Truman estate records contain 
no object itemization at all. 

Finally, Ron Cockrell's excellent Historic Structure Report and 
Historic Resource Study contain thorouah analyses of room use and 
historic occupancy at 219 North Delaware. That information is not 
repeated here, nor is the seguence of interior painting, wallpaper, 
and carpeting work so well covered in the Historic Structure Report. 

Recommendations for Further Research 

While excellent documentation exists for the furnishings at 219 
North Delaware, needs and opportunities for additional research will 
continue to arise. Ongoing research will only enrich records of the 
site collection and of the Trumans' life in this house. 

As it becomes available, all archival and documentary material removed 
from the house during the course of the Truman Library inventory 
should be examined. Bess Truman's, as well as Margaret Truman 
Daniel's, papers are potentially a valuable source of information 
about the home. Likewise, the many appointment books removed may 

provide useful documentation of comings and qoings at 219 North 
Delaware. All attempts to locate additional invoices documenting 

purchases for the home are also worthwhile. 

Time constraints have prevented thoroughly documenting the Trumans 
travels. Many objects in the house are souvenirs and probably could 

be precisely dated by a travel log. For instance, tracing the origins 
of the many oriental pieces in the house forms a useful research 
project in itself. 



Questions remain about a few objects which may have been added, moved, 

or removed by the household staff who assisted Mrs. Truman in her 
final years. Answers to these questions should be pursued. 

Finally, oral history is an important, ongoing program that will 
continue to provide new insights into the home. While many 

interviews have already been conducted, additional informants have 
been identified and should be interviewed. 

Furnishing 219 North Delaware: A Summary 

Documentation for the interiors of the Truman house breaks down into 
three periods: 1885 through the 1920s, the Gates period; the 1920s 
through 1953, Madge Gates Wallace's tenure as head of household and 

the Trumans' years in Washington, D.C.; and 1953 through 1982, the 
post-White House years to Bess Truman's death. 

The Gates' first recorded furniture purchases date to 1884-1886. They 
seem to have been part and parcel of Gates' 1885 addition to the home. 
The Gates made several major purchases, all in Kansas City, apparently 
entirely outfitting a parlor and two bedrooms. They also bought lace 

curtains and made major carpet purchases of Brussels and rag carpets, 
some of which were laid wall-to-wall (Appendix II). 

The Trumans retained none of this 1880s furniture in their living 
quarters after 1953. The Eastlake style pieces remaining in the 
collection are probably these Gates purchases. Most likely these 
pieces were put in attic storage much earlier than 1953. None appear 
in the earliest interior view (1905, figure 1), nor in the living and 
dining room photos of the 1930s (figures 2-14). An exception is the 
walnut drop-leaf table that has stood in the front hall at least since 
1953. This may well be the walnut table bought in 1886. 



The family did not reject this furniture out of any dislike for 
antiques. They, in fact, retained throuqhout the 20th century some 
sixteen family pieces predating the Gates' purchases by several 
decades. Consisting primarily of parlor pieces, a card table, and a 
secretary/bookcase, these pieces all date between 1840 and 1870. They 

probably came with the Gates from Vermont, as did the 18th-century 
Enqlish tall clock that Georae P. Gates transported with him to 

Independence. 

Elizabeth Gates' 1924 estate inventory appears to include the 1880s 
furniture as well as several other pieces that may be this earlier 

furniture (Aopendix I). 

From the 1920s throuah the presidency, documented changes appear main- 
ly in carpets and curtains. Mrs. Daniel remembers portieres framing 
the livina room doors throuah the 1920s. Central heating was in- 
stalled in 1907 and the oortieres were therefore retained almost two 
decades after they become functionally obsolete. This remained, 
however, a cold house even with the aravity flow central heatina 
system. 

By 1926, if not earlier, the heavy lace curtains in the living room 
were replaced with sheer curtains. For apparently brief periods dur- 
ing the 1930s and 40s, the Trumans used drapes over sheer curtains in 
the livina room, and in 1942 the Trumans' Connecticut Avenue aoartment 
in Washmaton, D.C. shows printed drapes much like those present at 

219 North Delaware in 1940. 



Ti "Historic St7uctures Report, History and Significance, Harry S 
Truman National Historic Site," by Ron Cockrell (National Park Service 
Midwest Reaional Office, 1984), p. 25. 

2. Ibid., p. 304. 



Sometime after 1926, the interior shutters were removed and replaced 
with roller shades (figures 2-17). Numerous interior and exterior 

photographs show the shades evenly pulled down to cover three-quarters 

of the window. Mrs. Truman's precision with the shades is well 

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documented. 

The living room shows rugs in 1926 but wall-to-wall carpets in the 
1930s and 40s. Rugs appear in the hall and dining room in the 1930s 
and were probably the rule in these areas until 1949 (figures 2-14). 

Few furniture purchases are documented during this middle period. The 
Trumans bought some individual pieces, like chairs; did some 
upholstery work; and, upon Margaret's birth in 1924, bought child's 
furniture (Appendix II). But, apparently, the only major addition 
during this period was the Steinway baby grand piano bought for 
Margaret at Christmas, 1932. Years later, the former president 
recalled paying five dollars a month for Margaret's piano. 

Between Truman's election to the Senate in 1934 and his move to the 
White House in 1945, the family occupied seven residences in 
Washington, mostly apartments. All evidence indicates they filled 
most of their furniture needs from local Washington stores. A 1937 
invoice survives for major purchases of bedroom furniture in 
Washington. Bess Truman was in Independence at the time, and Truman 



3. Smithsonian World, "Transcript of Margaret Truman's Tour of the 
Truman House in Independence, Missouri and interview with David 
McCullough on November 19, 1983." 

4. "Historic Structures Report," p. 88; Transcript of proceedings, 
4th Annual Meeting of the Truman Library Institute, April 15, 1961, 
Harry S. Truman Library. 



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himself initiated this purchase. While other Washington invoices 
have not come to liqht, Mrs. Daniel has identified additional pieces, 
some of which bear Washington, D.C., retailers' marks. Presumably, 
most furniture that appears in the 1942 photographs of the 4701 
Connecticut Avenue residence was bought in Washinqton. The Trumans, 

however, did ship some items from Independence. For instance, the 
dininq room chairs at 4701 Connecticut Avenue are the same chairs used 
at 219 North Delaware in the 1930s (fiqures 6, 17). 

During Conqressional recesses, the Trumans usually returned to 
Independence, storinq their Washinqton furniture. Truman wrote to the 
Colonial Storage Company in Washinqton in 1941 complaininq of the 
condition of several pieces stored there. Repairs were needed on a 
divan, a radio, and a floor lamp. While no return shipments to 
Independence are documented before 1945, as the Trumans prepared to 
enter the White House in May 1945, the New York Times reported that 
they would "Send Own Furniture to Missouri."" 



5. Appendix II; Robert H. Ferrell, Dear Bess, Letters from Harry 
to Bess Truman, 1910-1959 (New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1983), 406, 
409-410. 

6. Marqaret Truman Daniel, interview with Sarah Olson and Norman 
Reiqle at 219 North Delaware, November 17, 1983. 

7. Harry S Truman to Colonial Storaqe Company, March 3, 14, 1941, 
Truman Papers, Senastorial File, Truman Library. 

8. "Truman Quarters Accent the Modern," New York Times, May 30, 
1945. 



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The Trumans occupied the White House from May 1945 to November 1948 and 
from March 1952 to January 20, 1953. Durinq the 1948 to 1952 White House 
renovations, they lived at Blair House. The family quarters in both 
places were decorated to their taste, but they included almost no Truman 
furniture. Photoqraphs of the Truman White House do show many 

Truman-owned accessory items, larqely photoqraphs and paintinqs. But 
they do not substantiate the 1949 report in McCal Is that Mrs. Truman 

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brouqht many "antique pieces" to the White House. 

One exception is Marqaret's Steinway which moved with the Trumans both to 
the White House and Blair House. 10 In Independence the piano was 
tuned about once a year, beqinninq in 1935, by Orlando Nace. No tuninqs 
Are recorded between 1942 and 1953, indicatinq that the piano may have 

been shipDed to Washinqton before the Trumans entered the White 
House. 11 

Both Mr. J.W. Jenkins, whose father sold Harry Truman the Steinway in 

1932, and the piano tuner Orlando Nace, remember a loaner piano in the 

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Independence house durinq the presidential years. 



9. Photoqraphs of the Truman White House and Blair House, Office of 
the Curator, The White House; Jonathan Daniels, "The Lady from 
Independence," McCalls , April 1949. 

10. Photoqraphs of the Truman White House and Blair House, The White 
House. 

11. Conversation between Milford Nace and Steve Harrison, Septembe 
30, 1985; tuninq record inscribed on piano (HSTR 497), park files. 

12. Conversation between J.W. Jenkins, IV and Steve Harrison, 
November 20, 1985, ibid. 



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On January 14 through 19, 1953, several USA Truck Trailers loaded with 
the Trumans' White House effects departed Washington for Independence. 
They contained Truman's papers bound for his office in the Federal 
Building in Kansas City, and records and gifts of state bound 
ultimately for the as yet unbuilt Truman Library. They also contained 
hundreds of boxes and crates designated for 219 North Delaware. Many 
of these held books, records, and clothing. Others were filled with 
endless small gifts to the Trumans, like clocks and radios, many of 
which went directly to the attic. But there were also many paintings, 

photographs, and accessory furnishings that the Trumans incorporated 

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into their Independence living spaces. 

Portraits of all three Trumans became major features of the 
post-presidential house, including a 1948 portrait of Margaret Truman 
and a 1952 portrait of Bess Truman. Both were painted by Greta 
Kempton. Greta Kempton (Mrs. A.M. McNamara, b. Vienna, 1903) came to 
Truman's attention when he saw her work for members of his cabinet. 
During the presidential years, she painted a total of eight portraits 
for the family and Margaret Truman Daniel later commissioned her to 
paint her family. Greta Kempton has published a lively account of her 
work for the Trumans in the Missouri Historical Review . 

Kempton' s portrait of Bess Truman that was brought to the Independence 
house in 1953 is the official portrait of the former first lady. The 

White House commissioned a copy from the artist in 1967 as did the 
Truman Library in 1968. 



TT! Papers of Harry Truman , President's Secretary's Files, Harry 
S. Truman Library. 



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The 1947 Kempton portrait of Harry Truman is the official portrait of 
the former president and remains at the White House. Bess Truman's 

favorite portrait of her husband was one of two painted in 1945 by Jay 
Wesley Jacobs and she chose that one for the Independence house. 



Margaret's piano, of course, came to Independence from the White House 
as did a set of bedroom furniture bought for Margaret's White House 
quarters. Additional furniture shipments were a desk and corner 
cupboard made and presented by the White House staff to the Trumans. 
The shipping records for this furniture have not been located. 

The pre-White House furniture bought in Washington had arrived in 
Independence sometime after 1945, and the Trumans had laid 
wall-to-wall carpeting on the first floor and into the second floor 
hall in 1949 and 1950 (Appendix II). Much of the first floor received 
new wallpaper in 1952. The library was transformed in 1953. The 
redecoration project was essentially finished, except completing 
wallpaper replacements in the music room, the kitchen, and the 

upstairs rooms. These were mostly done by 1956. 

With the post-presidential modernization project, the house emerged 
from a strongly Victorian environment, characterized by rooms 
separated by heavy portieres, dark polished wood floors, and lace 
curtains, to lighter spaces all joined by single toned wall-to-wall 
carpeting. It is important to note that, even with their 

modernization project, the Trumans chose not to lighten the interior 



14. Kempton file, Office of the Curator, The White House; Greta 
Kempton, "Painting the Truman Family," Missouri Historical Review 
LXVII, 3{ April 1973), 335-349. 

15. "Historic Structures Report," pp. 186-191. 



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woodwork and to maintain several pieces of 19th-century family 
furniture, thus preserving clear evidence of the earlier home. 
Featuring "Truman in Retirement" in 1955, Col liers remarked on the 
"Victorian" theme in the house. A decade earlier, Life had described 
the house as "gloomy Victorian." It is safe to say that all changes 
to the interiors throughout the Truman occupancy were conservative 
ones. 



Christmas at the Truman Home 

Christmas at 219 North Delaware is well documented. During the White 

House years, Truman spent es/ery Christmas in Independence except 1947 

and 1952. In "Christmas in America," an Australian journalist 

described the Trumans' Christmas in 1949: 

As Christmas approaches, the old house is decorated from 
cellar to attic. By the time the President's special train 
from Washington pulls into the railroad station in 
Independence, everything is in readiness. There is a big 
holly wreath of waxy green leaves and vivid red berries on 
the front door, wreaths are in the windows, mantels are 
banked with evergreens, a sprig of mistletoe is tied on a 
chandelier, and tall red candles are placed in the 
candlesticks. 

A tapering evergreen tree--which may be a spruce, cedar, or 
fir whose topmost branches brush the ceiling — sits in the 
bay window of the downstairs living room. Its glittering 
ornaments and twinkling multicolored electric lights may be 
seen throughout the holidays by passers-by in the street. 
Margaret Truman usually decorates the tree herself. She 
always includes among the ornaments a little silver bell 
and a miniature red-and-white Santa Claus which were on her 
first Christmas tree. 

A 1959 article about the Trumans' Christmas preparations also 
describes a ceiling-high tree decorated by Margaret Truman Daniel, as 



16. Helen Worden Erskine, "Truman in Retirement," Colliers , February 
4, 1955; "Truman of Missouri," Life , April 21, 1944. 

17. Ibid., p. 127. 



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well as "holiday plants and fruits" throughout the home. The guest 
list for Christmas dinner was to include "Mrs. Truman's brothers, 
George P. Wallace and Frank G. Wallace and their wives and Mr. 

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Truman's sister, Miss Mary Jane Truman of Grandview." 



On the first Christmas following Bess Truman's death her sister-in-law 

and long time neighbor, May Wallace, composed a "Christmas 

Reminiscence of 219 North Delaware Street," which is cited here in 

full. Margaret Truman Daniel has confirmed the accuracy of her aunt's 

"Reminiscence" excepting one detail. Mrs. Daniel remembers trimming 

the tree before Christmas Eve. 

One of my fondest memories of the "Big House" at the 
Trumans is the way the big living room looked on Christmas 
morning. Margaret always insisted that the Christmas tree 
be tall enough to reach the ceiling — a nine foot one at 
that! It was Uncle George's job to fix the tree support 
for the tree and wire it to the big old air shaft in the 
west end of the room — where between bay windows it could be 
seen on Delaware Street. The tree trimming took place on 
Christmas Eve when all gathered to help. Actually my 
husband, George, and Margaret did the real trimming with 
much comment from the sidelines. We each had a chair on 
which were placed the gifts from other members of the 
family. Vietta Garr — the faithful family cook — came to 
join us bringing the usual gift for Marg, a bag of 
"chocolate kisses." Soon the room was a mass of tissue 
paper and ribbons — cries of "thank you so much" and "just 
what I wanted" filled the air. When Marg was about 8 years 
old, she wanted an electric train, as she had seen one at 
the Kansas City cousin's home. But instead, she got a 
grand piano--Harry Truman's idea of the perfect gift. 
George and I always went to my folks for Christmas 
dinner--the Southern's on Park Avenue--but came back late 
in the evening for a "pick up" supper with the Wallaces'. 
Mrs. Truman's death last October leaves me the only one of 
our generation who enjoyed the beauty and Christmas 
hospitality of this home. So, we move with the times, and 
I hope the many, many people who enjoy 219 North Delaware 
as a museum will remember the gracious hospitality of the 



lovely old home. 



May Wallace , q 

December 25, 1982 



18. "Grandchildren Enliven Yule Preparations for Trumans," 

Independence Examiner , December 24, 1959. 



19. Park files. 



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Photographs of the family Christmas tree survive for 1926, 1937, 1938, 
1944, 1945, and 1957 (figures 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 14, 31, and 32). All 
show a short-needle tree traditionally hung with ornaments and tinsel. 
The trees varied in size — the 1945 tree was huge--but always stood at 
the west end of the living room. 



Photographs of the front door reveal the same consistency in the 

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wreath, all green with large pine cones and a single large bow. 



Additional documented decorations are: a creche and evergreen boughs 
on the front hall table (1938); a large poinsettia on the floor in the 
north window of the music room (1948); and an artificial Christmas 
topiary on a glass table in the east library window (1971) (figures 9, 
20, and 42). 

Snapshots from June 1981 and October 1982 show Christmas ornaments 
that apparently were displayed year round. These include an 
artificial Christmas tree under a glass dome and a set of tumbling 
angels on the living room mantel; and a gilded angel on the music room 
mantel . 



20. Photos 70-989, 68-1687, Photographic Archives, The Harry S. 
Truman Library; photos no. 102, park files. 

21. Photographs taken by the Truman Library staff in June 1981; and 
by the Independence Fire Department in October 1982, park files. 



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FURNISHINGS PLAN AND EVIDENCE OF ORIGINAL FURNISHINGS 



The followinq charts form the room-by-room exhibit plan for the Truman 
home, as well as presenting extant documentation for each piece in the 
home. The plan follows the 1981-82 Truman Library inventory, relyinq 
on other sources for areas, like the kitchen and porch, in which the 
Truman Library inventory is incomplete. 

To accommodate visitor circulation a few items, like the entrance hall 
ruqs, do not appear in their historic location. The historic location 
of these ruqs is noted under their suqqested new location. 

Ninety-five percent of the Truman home collection remains on-site while 
approximately five percent has been removed, mostly to temporary 
storaqe at the Truman Library. These charts include the visible items 
that have been removed and that should ultimately be placed back on 
exhibit in the home, or replaced with reproductions. 



Key to Abbreviations 
Inv. 1982: 



Inventory of the contents of the Truman home 
taken by the \idrry S. Truman Library, 1981-82, 



June 1981: 



Photoqraohs taken by Truman Library staff in June 
1981*. 



October 1982: 



Photoqraphs taken by the Independence Fire 
Department in October 1982*. 



December 1982: 



Photographs taken by Andy Ketterson in December 
1982*. 



HABS: 



Historic American Buildinqs Survey, Photoqraphic 
Inventory, March 1983 (fiqures 47-94). 



*Note: The 1981 and 1982 photoqraphs are cited only for evidence not 
present in the HABS photos. 



18 



MTD/Cockrel 1 : "Oral History Interview with Mrs. Margaret Truman 

Daniel at the Harry S Truman National Historic 

Site, Independence, Missouri, November 17, 1983," 

by Ron Cockrell, Midwest Regional Office. 



MTD/Olson: Margaret Truman Daniel, interview with Sarah 

Olson and Norm Reigle at 219 North Delaware, 
November 17, 1983. 



Wallace/Olson: Mrs. George P. (May) Wallace, interview with 

Sarah Olson at 219 North Delaware, November 22, 
1983. 



PERSON/PERSON: Videotape filmed May 1955, with Margaret Truman 

as guest moderator, CBS. 



SMITH. WORLD: Smithsonian World, Transcript of Margaret 

Truman's tour of the Truman Home in Independence, 
Missouri, and interview with David McCul lough on 
November 19, 1983. 



WHITE HOUSE: Photographs of the Truman White House, Office of 

the Curator, the White House. 



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SPECIAL INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND PROTECTION RECOMMENDATIONS 

(Diana R. Pardue) 



This section contains instructions on maintaining a safe environment 
for the museum objects in the Truman home, performing necessary col- 
lection maintenance, and maintaining adequate security. See Part D 
for potential sources of assistance in implementing this section. 

A. THE ENVIRONMENT 

Maintaining a stable environment within the home is crucial for 
long-term preservation of the historic furnishings. Part D contains a 
list of elements destructive to historic furnishings (Agents of Dete- 
rioration), and includes recommended levels to sustain a proper museum 
environment. 

1. Temperature/Humidity 

The home has a gas furnace which produces forced hot air heat 
through metal floor and wall registers in all of the furnished rooms. 
Temperature and humidity readings should continue to be taken on a 
regular, long-term basis. A recording hygrothermograph should be used 
continuously, placed on each floor, and out of reach of curious 
visitors, but in rooms containing historic furnishings. These weekly 
hygrothermograph charts can be used to identify problem areas and 
justify any changes to the existing climate control equipment. In 
addition, a log should be kept of visitation, weather, window washing, 
and other factors affecting the relative humidity. 

An average internal relative humidity of 55% [+3%) should be maintain- 
ed year round. Recognizing the difficulty of such precise control and 
taking into consideration the needs of the historic structure, an ac- 



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ceptable alternative is 35% or higher relative humidity in the winter 
and 60% or lower in the summer. Such a broad range in relative humid- 
ity is acceptable only if the change from the wintertime low to the 
summertime high, and back aqain, is slow and regular and the monthly 

relative humidity varies no more than 3%. 

Ideally the inside temperature should be about 70°F (21°C) when the 
house is open to the public. However, an acceptable temperature for 

winter is 70°F (21°C), and for summer, 75°F (23°C). Above 70°F 
(21°C), good ventilation is needed to minimize pockets of stagnant hu- 
mid air. Rapid chanqes in temperature must be avoided. Fluctuations 
in temperature are not as serious as fluctuations in relative 

humidity. However, extremes in temperature that could result in the 
freezinq or softening of objects should be avoided. 
( Manual for Museums , pp. 67-69; Conserve Grams 3/6, 3/7) 

2. Light 

Liqht has the potential to be the most damaging agent to sensitive 
organic materials. It causes a chemical breakdown of molecular bonds 
in materials causing embrittlement. It also fades many pigments and 
dyes. Like dust and pollutants, there are no safe levels of liqht and 
ideally it should be eliminated entirely. However, the need to view 
and examine objects demands exposure to liqht. The only reasonable 
solution is to achieve minimum exposure. There dre recommended levels 
of liqht that should not be exceeded if deterioration is to be re- 
duced. 

The maximum intensity of liqht ideally should not exceed 150 lux. The 
proportion of ultraviolet liqht to the total liqht should not exceed 



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75 uW/lumen (microwatts per lumen). This is important because ultra- 
violet light is the most chemically damaging segment of the light 
spectrum. 

Some sample light readings were taken in February 1984. These 

readings were taken on a cloudy day around 11:30 a.m. None of the 

lights in the house were on and the window shades were lowered three- 
quarters of the way down. 



Front Hall 7.9 lux, 100 microwatts/lumen 

(oil painting) 

Living Room 1336 lux, 200 microwatts/lumen 

(chair by window) 
128 lux, 200 microwatts/lumen 

(framed photograph on side table) 
364 lux, 200 microwatts/lumen 

(sofa) 

Dining Room 75.7-117 lux, 125 microwatts/lumen 

(dining chair) 

Kitchen 40 lux, 75 microwatts/lumen 

(calendar) 

Music Room 798 lux, 200 microwatts/lumen 

(sofa) 
67 lux, 75 microwatts/lumen 

(framed photographs on piano) 

Library 701 lux, 150 microwatts/lumen 

(lamp table) 
131 lux, 50 microwatts/lumen 
(framed photographs) 



Ultraviolet light filters need to be installed on all windows in the 
furnished rooms to eliminate most of the ultraviolet light. Window 
shades and curtains are now being used to block some of the direct 
sunlight from entering the furnished rooms. The curator should devel- 



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op a schedule of raising and lowering the appropriate shades in the 
morning, noon, and at closing time to limit the amount of sunlight in 
the rooms. Light readings (both lux and ultraviolet) need to be taken 
by the curator on a yearly basis to make sure the levels are within 
the recommended range. These readings can be taken with a lux light 
meter and an ultraviolet light monitor. These instruments can be 
loaned to the curator by the Regional Curator or the Curatorial Ser- 
vices Branch, Preservation Assistance Division, WASO. These offices 
can also assist the park in purchasing the monitoring equipment. 

Lighting fixtures in these rooms should be used only when necessary, 
and turned off when visitors are not present. Only incandescent 
lighting with low watt bulbs (under 100 watts) should be used. 
( Manual for Museums , p. 69; Conserve Grams 3/3, 3/5) 

3. Dust and Air Pol lution 

Dust and pollutants are agents of deterioration and are known to 
harm objects. Dust particles are a microscopic abrasive that can wear 
away surface detail. Dust also acts as a catalyst promoting damage 
caused by pollutants. This occurs when dust attracts moisture and 
gaseous pollutants, such as sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide (found 
in nearly all ambient air) and forms acidic solutions that attack both 
organic and inorganic materials. There are no acceptable levels of 
pollution and dust. These should be eliminated as far as practically 
possible. 

Prevention is better than treatment; good housekeeping should keep 
dust off objects. To keep dust levels to a minimum, windows should be 
open only when absolutely necessary and window screens should always 
be used. Weather stripping will prevent additional dust from entering 



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through the doors and coating objects. Should additional measures be 
necessary to control dust, source information will be provided by the 
Curatorial Services Branch, Preservation Assistance Division, WASO, on 
high efficiency air purifiers. They use high efficiency air filters 
that filter out particles as small as one micron (1/25,000 of an 
inch). This device will remove all particulate pollutants and dust 
from the air and, when used with optional activated charcoal filters, 
will remove the reactive gaseous pollutants. 
( Manual for Museums , pp. 69-70; Conserve Gram 7/8) 

4. Insects/Rodents 

Insects and rodents can cause extensive damage to organic materials. 
Dermestid beetles, powder-post beetles, and silverfish are a few of 
the pests that actively devour wool, wood, and cellulose materials. 
Rodents can destroy paper and wood objects in the process of nest 
building. Evidence of insects was not apparent in the furnished rooms 
of the home. Insect and rodent inspections should occur weekly, and 
appropriate actions should be taken where needed. To prevent or to 
minimize insect and rodent activity, food and drinks should not be 
allowed in the home, and it should be cleaned on a regular basis using 
a housekeeping schedule. 
( Manual for Museums , pp. 65; 69-77; Conserve Grams 3/9, 3/10) 

5. Fire 

The home now has a smoke detection system and fire extinguishers 
(ABC). A new smoke and heat detection system is being planned for in- 
stallation. In addition, the park should invite the responsible fire 
department to visit and inspect the house, to become aware of particu- 
lar problems which should be considered regarding the furnishings and 
the historic structure. This visit should take place twice a year. 



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An emergency action plan should be prepared for implementation in the 
event of natural disasters, fire, civil unrest, and bomb threats. It 
should delineate responsibilities of park employees to minimize danger 
to life and property. The staff must be made aware in advance of ac- 
tions designed to save the more valuable museum objects. A plan for 
the safe evacuation of visitors and staff must be posted. 

Fire drills held on a regular basis are one of the best ways to ensure 
the proper response to an emergency. Thinking out responses ahead of 
time makes dealing with the real emergency much easier. 

Good housekeeping can be the most important single factor in the pre- 
vention of fire. No smoking should be allowed in the furnished rooms 
of the home. 
( Manual for Museums , pp. 77; 292-297; Conserve Gram 2/4) 

6. Security 

Protection of the furnishings will be provided by visitor barriers 
(optional), mechanical intrusion systems, and park employees. Two 
park employees conduct each house tour. Guards are on duty 24 hours, 
working 8-hour shifts. Tour groups should never exceed ten people, 
except during special programs when more employees can be stationed 
throughout the home. Visitors should never be left unattended in any 
of the furnished rooms. 

Security devices can extend the eyes and ears of the park staff, espe- 
cially when the park is closed. These devices depend on transmitting 
a message to a receiver who acts with speed and effectiveness. 



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The Regional Curator has been working with the park staff to develop a 
good security system in the home. This security system, when in- 
stalled, should be tested periodically. Local authorities should be 
made aware of the existence and value of the furnishings, as well as 
who to notify in an after-hour's emergency. 

Park employees must insist that visitors do not touch the furnishings. 
Only park employees with curatorial duties should handle the historic 
furnishings and then as little as possible, and only with clean hands. 
Metal objects should not be handled without clean cotton gloves. 

Small objects should be protected from unnecessary handling or theft 
by placing them out of reach of visitors, or securing them to large 
objects. Reproduction objects should be used in place of historic 
objects if proper protection cannot be provided and displayed objects 
are necessary. However, reproduction objects should not be regarded 
as expendable to the extent that they are given absolutely no protec- 
tion or care. 

Park employees should conduct walk-through examinations and visual 
inventories several times daily. An inspection schedule should be 
created and a log kept of this daily examination. Missing or damaged 
objects should be reported immediately to the Superintendent, and 
Incident Reports completed. 

The museum records system is an additional security device. An up- 
to-date system contains object locations and good physical descrip- 
tions. Location files, part of the records system, should be estab- 
lished, using salmon-colored catalog cards (Form 10-254A). Each card 
should contain the object name, location (room, where in room), a 
brief description, catalog number, and accession number. These cards 



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should be kept in the house and organized by room, type of object 
(chair, table, painting, etc.), and numerical sequence by catalog 
number. 

Photographs showing object placement should be available for each 
room. Depending on the size, rooms can be photographed in sections of 
four or more, and labeled A, B, C, etc. These photographs can be kept 
on Print File Cards (Form 10-30), and filed by room. 
( Manual for Museums , pp. 77-82; 78-297; Conserve Gram 2/4) 

7. Specific Conservation Considerations 

a. Objects should never be placed directly next to the hot air 
vents; the heat can dry out wood, textiles, leathers, and paper 
objects. Relocating objects is the best solution; occasionally the 
vent can be closed. 

b. When placing objects such as lamps, books, and other small ob- 
jects on other materials (textiles, finished wood surfaces, paper, or 
leather), protective barriers should be placed between the objects to 
prevent the transfer of corrosion or chemicals, and to evenly distri- 
bute weight. Suitable protective barriers are: acid-free cardboard; 
museum mat board (100% rag); or polyethylene foam. 

c. Pages of open books should be turned weekly to avoid excess 
damage to any two pages or to the spine of the book. 

d. Exposed bookcases can be covered with plexiglas to prevent 
theft and to minimize dust. Using UF3 plexiglas will also reduce ul- 
traviolet light hitting the books. 



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e. Coats or other textiles should be hung on either padded wooden 
hangers or padded pegs. Polyetheylene foam or cotton batting, covered 
with cotton muslin, forms good padding. This padding should be de- 
signed to hold the shape of the object and, where possible, the object 
should be alternated with like objects for display. Only wery strong 
textiles in good condition can bear the strain of hanging. 

f. All framed paper materials (such as prints and photographs) 
should be matted with 100% rag board and framed according to Conserve 
Gram 13/1. Photographs should be matted with 100% rag board that 
has not been buffered. 

g. Rugs or other carpeting should not be placed directly on the 
floor. Cotton sheeting should be used as a barrier between the rug 
and the floor. 

h. Some of the furnishings may need conservation treatment. The 
furnishings should be surveyed by the appropriate conservators to 
determine which objects need conservation treatment. The curator 
should then use the survey recommendations to develop a conservation 
schedule. 

i. Objects should never be stored in drawers, cabinets, and clos- 
ets; instead they should be stored correctly in a museum storage 
area. 

B. COLLECTION MAINTENANCE AND HOUSEKEEPING SCHEDULE 

The Superintendent is responsible for the collection; all collection 
maintenance, as well as cleaning materials, must be approved by the 



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Superintendent. The curator should be responsible for collection 
maintenance and should receive curatorial training. 

General Rules for Handling Objects 

1. Be aware that all objects should be treated respectfully. 
Haste makes for bumped, scratched, and broken objects; always schedule 
enough time to complete the task. Be thorough, but remember that over 
cleaning may be as harmful as no cleaning. Be gentle rather than 
enthusiastic. 

2. Fingerprints leave deposits of dust, water, and oils where 
pockets of corrosion develop on metal objects. Always wear clean 
white gloves when handling metal objects (silver, brass, copper, 
steel, iron) and leather objects. When the gloves become soiled, 
rinse them in Ivory™--do not use any bleach. Always have clean, dry 
hands when handling other types of materials. 

3. When moving any object, support that piece. Carry only items 
that can rest securely in both hands, and carry only one thing at a 
time. Never lift anything by its handle, spout, ears, rim, or any 
other protruding part. Support it from below at the base and at the 
side. Moving large pieces of furniture requires two people so that 
mishandling by tugging, pulling, and sliding is avoided. When several 
objects are moved that are small enough to fit in a container (box, 
basket), pad each object (along with the container). Do not stack ob- 
jects on top of each other. Do not allow parts of objects to protrude 
from the container while in transport. The loaded container must be 
light enough to be carried easily. 



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4. Moving objects displayed above fireplaces on high shelves, or 
over tables requires two people, using a ladder. One person should 
ascend the ladder, and using both hands, carefully transfer the object 
to the person on the ground. Lids or any removable parts should be 
firmly affixed or removed before moving. 

5. Carry chairs by their seat rails; large upholstered chairs 
should be carried by two people. In most cases, tables should be 
supported by the skirt. 

6. Plan ahead. Know where you are taking an object, what obsta- 
cles are on the way, and have the pathway cleared and padded if neces- 
sary. 

7. If something breaks, report it to the Superintendent. Save all 
fragments and keep them together. 

General Recommendations for Developing A Housekeeping Program 

1. A suggested housekeeping schedule is included at the end of 
this section as well as recommendations on how to dust and clean dif- 
ferent types of materials. This information should be useful to the 
curatorial staff as a beginning point, from which a more specific 
housekeeping program can be developed by the curator. Part C includes 
a suggested Housekeeping Program outline and Analysis of Space check- 
list; these materials can be used by the park staff to develop the 
housekeeping program for the Truman home. This program should take 
into consideration local object needs and cleaning frequencies as well 
as any seasonal variations that occur. Information needs to be gath- 
ered over the period of a year (to include the seasonal variations) as 
to the types and quantities of materials in the furnished rooms, what 



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objects need dustinq/cleaninq, and how often. This information can 
then be used to determine how many work years are needed for specific 
housekeeping tasks and housekeeping at the Truman home in qeneral, 

what supplies and equipment are needed on a yearly basis and their 
costs. 

One method of accomplishinq this task is to use an inspection schedule 

and log book mentioned earlier in this section under A (6) Security. 
The type of information to record would include any particular obser- 
vations concerninq dust, dirt, or insect/rodent infestations, time of 
day, the date, and any extenuatinq circumstances such as weather, 

larqer than normal visitation or construction in the area. The Re- 
gional Curator should work with the park staff in establishinq this 

process. 

2. Discretion and sensitivity must be used in creatinq and follow- 

inq any housekeepinq proqram. Dustinq and cleamnq objects should be 

based on the need and the condition of the object. The frequency of 
dusting and cleaning can vary from site to site and room to room 

within a building. Factors to consider when determining freguency are 
the location of the object in the house and within the room (is it 

close to an exterior door?), the seasons of the year, and level of 
visitation. Judgment on freguency of dusting/cleaning should rest 

with the park curator, workinq closely with the Reqional Curator. The 
less handlinq an object receives, the lonqer it will probably sur- 
vive. 

3. When dustinq, the dust should be removed--not just pushed 
around. When some objects are dusted with a dry cloth or artist's 

brush, use a vacuum cleaner to pick up the dust that is removed from 
the object into the air. Vacuuminq is the best method of dustinq, but 



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a variety of suctions should be used, depending on the stability and 
age of the object or surface. Some vacuum cleaners are made so that 
their suction can be lowered. A voltage regulator can also be used to 
lower the suction. Portable hand vacuums are useful because they have 
a lower suction than regular vacuum cleaners. A plastic mesh screen 
should also be used on fragile surfaces to relieve strain. Metal, 
glass, and ceramic objects on mantels, high shelves, or tables should 
be dusted in an area removed from the furnished area. When clean, 
they can be returned to their exhibit location. Be very careful when 
handling these objects—moving can require two people. 

4. During seasons with low visitation levels, the daily, weekly, 
and monthly tasks can be done with less frequency. Biannual tasks 
should be done in the early spring and at the beginning of winter. 
Annual and biennial tasks should be done during winter months. 

Specific Recommendations 

Ceramics and Glass 

Once a year, ceramic and glass objects should be examined to see if 
additional cleaning is needed. Clean these objects according to the 
directions in Conserve Gram 8/2. Do not immerse unglazed portions 
of earthenware in liquid. Instead, wipe these sections with a damp 
cloth or artist's brush. 

Marble 

1. Dusting: Marble materials should be dusted regularly with a 
vacuum cleaner or untreated cotton cloth. 



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2. Cleaning: If dusting is done regularly, cleaning will not be 
needed on a scheduled basis. Damp wipe the marble with a clean sponge 
and dry it with a soft cotton cloth. Since water can dissolve marble, 
it is recommended that the pH of the water be adjusted so that it is 
slightly basic by the addition of nondetergent household ammonia. A 
traditional technique for preparing water for use in cleaning marble 
is also still recommended. Clean crushed marble is placed into dis- 
tilled water and left for at least 24 hours in a covered plastic buck- 
et. This produces water saturated with the dissolvable or soluble 
components of marble. This saturated solution used in cleaning will 
not harm your marble. For more information on cleaning marble, see 
Manual for Museums , pp. 242-243. 

Texti les 

1. Vacuuming: Fibers should be tested initially for stability. 
Turn the suction down to the lowest level. Carefully vacuum a small 
unnoticeable section of the textile, holding the plastic mesh screen 
over the textile to eliminate strain. Then check the area vacuumed 
for loose fiber ends. If none are visible, continue vacuuming the 
textile using the brush attachment. Use the plastic mesh screen on 
all fragile areas to eliminate strain. 

Vacuum upholstered furniture using the upholstery attachment and the 
plastic mesh screen. Place the screen against the upholstery and 
vacuum over it. Work dust out of corners, pleats, and tufts with a 
clean brush attachment. 

2. Cleaning: Reproduction textiles can be dry-cleaned by a de- 
pendable dry cleaner, once a year or as needed. Historic textiles 
should be cleaned by a professional textile conservator. If there is 



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a question as to whether a textile can be cleaned by the curatorial 
staff, consult with the Regional Curator or the Textile Conservator in 
the Division of Conservation. 

3. Rugs: Rugs used for visitor access or new rugs can be vacuumed 
and cleaned more frequently than historic rugs. When vacuuming his- 
toric rugs which dre well-worn, the plastic mesh screen should be used 
as well as a low suction to relieve strain. 

Metals 

1. Brass, copper, and silver objects should be polished and lac- 
quered to avoid polishing every year. A coat of lacquer should last a 
long time (around 10 years); inspect objects yearly for tarnished 
spots, indicating that the lacquer needs replacing. 

Lacquering can be done on contract. Contact the Regional Curator for 
assistance with this project. The Metals Conservator, Division of 
Conservation, can also be consulted for additional assistance. 

2. Iron objects can develop rust and corrosion. If this occurs, 
the room environment should be monitored (using a hygrothermograph) to 
see if the humidity has been too high. Adjustments should be made to 
lower the humidity to acceptable levels, possibly by using dehumidifi- 
ers. 

3. Cast and wrought iron fireplace equipment can be polished with 
stove blacking. 

4. Excessively dirty metal objects can be washed. Do not wash 
objects with sections made of other materials, such as bone or wood. 



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If dusting is done regularly, washing should not be necessary. Wash- 
ing should never occur on a regular basis. 

Washing Procedure: Wash in warm water and non-ionic detergent; rinse 
in clear water and dry completely with a soft clean cloth. 

5. Pewter should be polished only when absolutely necessary; a 
light coat of microcrystal 1 ine wax is usually sufficient. Wash only 
if the object is wery dirty; this dirt buildup should not occur if the 
objects are dusted regularly. Do not wash on a scheduled basis. 

Washing Procedure: Wash in denatured alcohol; rinse well in distilled 
water and dry with a clean cloth. 

Firepl aces 

Cleaning Procedure: 

Equipment: Soft, clean cloths, pail of clear water, gloves, 
sponge. 

Procedure: Vacuum clean. Damp wipe the hearth with a sponge 
dipped in clear water. Dry with a soft, clean 
cloth. 

For more detailed information on fireplaces, see Manual for Museums , 
pp. 241-244. 

Maintenance Staff Projects Accomplished in Consultation with the 
Housekeeper 

Floors 

Monthly Cleaning: The linoleum and tile floors can be damp mopped 
and buffed. Buffing removes lightly imbedded dirt and restores the 
waxy gloss. When dirt has been moderately ground into the wax, buff- 
ing should follow damp mopping. 



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Cleaning Procedure: 

Damp Mopping: Equipment—Clean string mop, mop bucket (avoid 
bucket that shows signs of rusting), and wring- 
er. 

Procedure: Fill bucket half full with cold water. Vacuum 

thoroughly before mopping. Wet mop in cold water 
and wring it nearly dry. Mop floor in long con- 
tinuous side-to-side strokes. Reverse direction 
every fourth stroke. Rinse and wring mop fre- 
quently. Change water as soon as it gets dirty. 
Try to avoid slapping strands of mop against 
furniture, rugs, or baseboards. When finished, 
wash mop, bucket, and wringer. 

Buffing: Equipment—Electric floor polisher, clean buffing 
brushes, or pads. 

Procedure: Vacuum floor thoroughly first. Attach buffer to 
floor polisher head. Guide polisher from side to 
side, in parallel paths, until entire floor is 
buffed. Avoid hitting furnishings with polishing 
machine. Clean pads or brushes when finished. 

For more detailed information on caring for floors, see the Manual 
for Museums, pp. 222-231. 



Windows 

Biannual Cleaning: The windows should be washed inside and out. No 

liquid should run onto the wooden framework. Care must be taken not 

to damage any ultraviolet filtering materials that should be on the 
interior of the glass. 

Cleaning Procedure: 

Equipment: Two people, ladder, chamois, pail, sponge, 
cleaning solution (Conserve Gram 8/2). 



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Procedure: Dust window panes and surrounding framework. 

Dampen sponge in cleaning solution and use over- 
lapping strokes to wash each pane. Remove dirty 
water from the pane with chamois. Change water 
when it becomes dirty. 

For more detailed information on cleaning windows, see Manual for 
Museums , pp. 238-239. 

Ventilation System 

Biannual Cleaning: Contact the maintenance staff for cleaning the 
heating equipment. 

Housekeeping Schedule 

Daily 

1. Vacuum floors and baseboards. Do the first floor one day, 
second floor the next day. 

2. Dust the stairway balusters and railing with a clean cotton 
cloth sprayed with Endust™. Alternate floors as above. 

3. Damp wipe surfaces extensively handled by visitors (room bar- 
riers, entrance and exit door handles, and stair railings). 

4. Vacuum modern carpeting used by visitors. 

Weekly 

1. Dust wood furniture with a clean cotton cloth sprayed with 
Endust™. Dust all parts of the piece including the out-of-the-way 
places. Use a soft cotton swab if necessary (Conserve Gram 7/8). 



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2. Dust ceramic, glass, paper, and other small objects on display 
using a clean dry cotton cloth. Use an artist's brush on intricately 
decorated objects and art objects. Do the first floor one week, the 
second floor the next week. 

3. Vacuum leather materials, books, and lamp shades, using a gen- 
tle suction and the plastic screen on fragile materials. Wear clean 
cotton gloves. Do alternate floors as above. 

4. Dust metal objects, using a clean, dry cotton cloth. Always 
wear clean cotton gloves. Do alternate floors as above. 

5. Clean soiled gloves in Ivory""; rinse and dry. 

6. Vacuum hearths, mantels, and fireplaces. 

7. Wind the clocks. 

8. Check for evidence of insects and rodents (see Manual for Muse - 
ums , pp. 71-77 and Conserve Gram 3/10). Renew traps as needed. 

Monthly 

1. Vacuum window frames, shades, curtains, and lighting fix- 
tures. 

2. Clean any plexiglas, using a non-static cleanser and a clean, 
dry cotton cloth. 

3. Vacuum upholstery on historic furniture, using gentle suction 
and a clean upholstery attachment. Fragile areas should be vacuumed 



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through a plastic mesh screen to decrease strain. Always vacuum in 
the direction of the nap if the material has a nap. 

4. Vacuum historic carpets and oriental rugs, using the 
upholstery attachment in the direction of the nap and a plastic screen 
where necessary. 

5. Dust picture frames (including the tops), using a lens brush. 

6. Glass on mirrors and pictures may be damp wiped (if needed), 
using a sponge dipped in glass cleaner (Conserve Gram 8/2) and 
squeezed almost dry. Do not let the moisture get on the frame or 
under the glass. 

7. Refold folded textiles along different lines to reduce stress. 

8. Spot clean walls with a clean, water damp cloth, and dry. 

9. Vacuum tops of doors, bookcases, and other ledges in reach of 
the floor. 

10. Damp mop/buff the linoleum and tile floors. 

11. Examine furnishings to determine if any active deterioration is 
occurring and if specialized conservation treatment is needed. 

Semi -Annual 

1. Vacuum ceiling and other high wall areas requiring ladders. 

2. Wash and dry windows. 



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Annual 

1. Check metal objects for corrosion, rust, or tarnish; treat if 
necessary. 

2. Check ceramic and glass objects to determine if washing is 
necessary (Conserve Gram 8/2). 

3. Clean woodwork by wiping with a clean, damp cloth and dry im- 
mediately. 

4. Clean hearth, mantel, and fireplace (only if necessary). 

Biannual 

1. Clean and wax finished wood furniture (not gilt or painted 
furniture) (Conserve Grams 7/2, 7/3). 

2. Damp wipe and dry painted wood and raw wood objects, using a 
clean cloth with water (Conserve Gram 7/2). 

3. Clean exposed wood floors by stripping, waxing, and buffing 
(Conserve Gram 7/4). 

C. HOUSEKEEPING PROGRAM 

This program should be written by the person in the park responsible 
for the museum collection and should provide guidance and specific 
information on preserving the objects on exhibit. 

I. Introduction 

A. Purpose and Scope of Interpretive Program 

B. Collection History 

C. Staffing Responsibilities (who cleans, who supervises, 

training needs, etc.) 



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II. Analysis of Exhibit Area 

A. Description of Area (furnished rooms) 

B. Environmental Impacts 

C. Types of Materials, Quantity of Each 

D. Desired Level of Cleaninq 

III. Procedures 

A. Cleaninq 

1. Methods and Materials 

2. Frequencies 

B. Environmental Monitorino 

1. Methods and Equipment 

2. Freouencies 



Appendices 

A. Supplies and Equipment (acceptable materials, sources, and 

and quantities) 

B. Personnel (positions, qrade, series, total work hours for each 

task for one year) 

ANALYSIS OF SPACE (by room) 

1. Floor Area (square feet) 
Wall Area (square feet) 

2. Number of Windows 

Type of Window Treatment (shades, curtains, shutters, etc.) 

3. Wall Surfaces (describe material) 

4. Floor and Stair Surfaces (describe material, coverinq) 

5. Textiles (describe and quantify) 

6. Wooden Objects (describe and quantify) 



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7. Stone and Ceramic Objects (describe and quantify) 

8. Metal Objects (describe and quantify) 

9. Skin Products (describe and quantify) 

10. Feathers, Ivory, Other Organics (describe and quantify) 

11. Plastics, Other Modern, Inorganic Materials (describe and 

quantify) 

12. Paper Materials (describe and quantify) 

13. Glass Surfaces and Objects (describe and quantify) 

14. Paintings (describe and quantify) 

15. Type of Lighting (natural and mechanical, quantity) 

16. Air Handling Systems (describe type, quantity, filters, and 

controls) 

17. Security/Fire Systems (describe type, quantity of each) 

18. Temperature Readings (location, date, time, weather conditions) 

19. Relative Humdity Readings (location, date, time weather 

conditions) 

20. Visible Light Readings (location, date, time, weather 

conditions) 

21. Ultraviolet Light Readings (location, date, time weather 

conditions) 

22. Housekeeping Supplies and Equipment, Currently in Use 

(describe and quantify where appropriate) 

23. Staff Time for Housekeeping (positions, grades, work years) 

24. Additional Remarks 

D. AGENTS OF DETERIORATION 

Proper care of a museum collection consists of reducing the rate of 
deterioration to a minimum by housing the collection in a safe envi- 
ronment. A safe environment will prolong the life of an object and 
minimize conservation treatment. Prevention is always better than 
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The Manual for Museums includes a chapter on caring for a collection. 
The sections on agents of deterioration (pp. 67-82) and climate 
control (pp. 83-91) should be read carefully. Another good source to 
become familiar with is The Museum Environment by Garry Thomson. It 
contains useful information on lighting, humidity, and air pollution. 

Damaging conditions are: 

Too much or too little humidity 

40%-60% is an ideal range for most materials; metals and photographs 

do best at 30%-40%. At very low levels, organic materials dry out and 

become brittle; at high levels, mold will develop and metal will begin 

to corrode. Rapid and wide variations can cause dangerous expansion 

and contraction of some materials. Manual for Museums , pp. 67-68, 

83-89. 

Too much or too little temperature 

60°-70°F (16°-21°C) is the recommended range. The greatest danger 
lies in the variation of temperatures. High temperatures will accel- 
erate deterioration. Manual for Museums, pp. 68-69, 83-86, 89. 



Too Much Light * 

50 Lux (5 Footcandles) 



Textiles, watercolors, prints and 
drawings, paper, wallpapers, dyed 
leather, most natural history objects 
(botanical specimens, fur, feathers, 
etc. ). 



150 Lux (15 Footcandles) 



Oil and tempera paintings, undyed 
leather, horn, bone, ivory, and 
oriental lacquer. 



*Garry Thomson, The Museum Environment (London: Butterworths, 
1978), 23. 



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Ultraviolet light should be filtered out. The length of time an 
object is exposed to light is equally important. Use light only when 
necessary. Manual for Museums , pp. 69, 86, 90-91. 

Chemical Air Pollution 

Common air pollutants include industrial fumes, motor vehicle ex- 
hausts, and salts from the ocean. Materials such as unseasoned woods, 
paints containing lithopone (in the pigment), unpainted hardboard, 
acidic papers and plastics also release harmful vapors. These materi- 
als should be avoided in construction of exhibit cases or storage 
equipment. Manual for Museums , pp. 70, 91. 

Dust 

It acts as an abrasive, provides surface for moisture condensation 
and will soil the surface of objects. Once an object is covered with 
dust, the removal process can accelerate wear and increase the possi- 
bility of physical damage. Manual for Museums , pp. 69-70, 91. 

Mold (Also called Mildew) 

This growth possibly destroys more objects than anything else. 
Growth is more likely and noticeable on organic objects in an 
atmosphere of more than 65% RH and 60°F. Look for velvety patches or 
areas of discoloration. Avoid warm, damp environments. Manual for 
Museums , pp. 70-71, 39. 

Insects 

The most common insects to watch are powder-post beetles, clothes 
moths, silverfish, dermestid beetles, and cockroaches. Their damage 
is rapid and irreversible. Manual for Museums, pp. 71-76. 



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Rodents 

In a very short time these animals can destroy a collection by their 
eating and nest-making. Watch for droppings, signs of gnawing, and 
the rodents themselves. 

Fire 

A fire can wipe out an entire collection very quickly. Keep flamma- 
bles in special fire-resistant containers. Work out a fire emergency 
action plan with staff and local fire-fighting organizations. Manual 
for Museums , p. 77. 

Humans 

Human hazards to the collection are careless handling (by visitors 
and staff), vandalism, and theft. The security of the collection de- 
pends primarily upon the staff. Manual for Museums , pp. 77-82. 

E. SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE 

Persons responsible for the care and protection of museum objects 
should be familiar with Ralph Lewis' Manual for Museums (National Park 
Service, GPO, 1976), the Conserve Gram series, and the NPS Museum 
Handbook . Section in the Manual for Museums which are particularly 
useful for implementing these recommendations dre Chapter 4, "Caring 
for a Collection," pp. 61-112; Chapter 11, "Housekeeping," pp. 204- 
259; and Chapter 12, "Protection," pp. 260-298. 

Other useful publications: 

Committee on Libraries, Museums, and Historic Buildings. Protection 
of Museums and Museum Collections 1980 . NFPA 911, Boston: Na- 
tional Fire Protection Association, Inc., 1980, one of the best 
sources on fire protection and prevention, specifically written 
for museums. 



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Edwards, Stephen R., Bruce M. Bell, and Mary Elizabeth King. Pest 
Control In Museums: A Status Report . Lawrence, Kansas: 
Association of Systematic Collections, 1980, a good guide to 
pesticides, their use in museums, and common insect pests. 

Thomson, Garry. The Museum Environment . London: Butterworths, 1978. 
An excellent source of information on light, humidity, and air 
pol lution. 

Useful audiovisual programs are: 

"Housekeeping Techniques for the Historic House," "Museum Fire Secu- 
rity," and "Site Security." These programs are produced by the 
American Association of State and Local History. 

Additionally, the Regional Curator, Midwest Regional Office, and the 
Curatorial Services Branch, Preservation Assistance Division, WASO, 
can provide assistance and further information for managing the museum 
col lection. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY 



Manuscript Material and Interviews 

Daniel, Margaret Truman. Interview with Sarah Olson and Norm Reigle 
at 219 North Delaware, November 17, 1983 (transcript, HAST). 



Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Missouri. 

Inventory of the Contents of the Truman Home taken by the Harry 
S. Truman Library, 1982-83. 

Photographic Archives 

Truman, Harry S, Papers . 

Post Presidential File 
President's Personal File 
President's Secretary's File 
Senatorial File 

Vertical File 



Harry S Truman National Historic Site 

Photo File: 

Photographs taken by Truman Library Staff, June 1981 
Photographs taken by the Independence Fire Department, 

October 1982 
Photographs taken by Andy Ketterson, December 1982 

Oral History File: 

Lockwood, Robert. Transcription of taped interview with Pam 

Smoot, November 18, 1985. 
LaMere, Valerie. Transcription of taped interview with Pam 

Smoot, November 18, 1985. 
Johnson, Trudy. Transcription of taped interview with Pam 

Smoot, November 18, 1985. 
Miller, Doris. Transcription of taped interview with Pam 

Smoot, December 10, 1985. 
Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew. Transcription of taped interview 

with Steve Harrison, December 19, 1985. 



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"Oral History Interview with Mrs. Margaret Truman Daniel at the Harry 
S Truman National Historic Site, Independence, Missouri, Novem- 
ber 17, 1983," by Ron Cockrell, Midwest Regional Office. 



"Person to Person." Videotape filmed May, 1955, with Margaret Truman 
as guest moderator, CBS. 



Probate Records, Jackson County Records, Jackson County, Missouri. 



Smithsonian World. "Transcript of Margaret Truman's Tour of the 

Truman Home in Independence, Missouri and interview with David 
McCullough on November 19, 1983." 



Wallace, Mrs. George P. (May). Interview with Sarah Olson at 219 
North Delaware, November 22, 1983. 



The White House. Files of the Office of the Curator. 
Publ ished Sources 



Daniels, Jonathan. "The Lady from Independence," McCal 1 s (April, 
1949). 



Detweiler, Susan G. American Presidential China . (Washington, D.C. , 
Smithsonian Exhibition Catalog, 19/5). 



Erskine, Helen Worden. "Truman in Retirement," Col 1 iers (February 4, 
1955). 



Ferrell, Robert H. Dear Bess, Letters from Harry to Bess Truman, 
1910-1959. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1983. 



. Off the Record. New York: Harper & Row, 1980. 



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"Historic Structures Report: History and Significance, Harry S Truman 
National Historic Site, Independence, Missouri, draft," by Ron 
Cockrell, Midwest Regional Office, 1984. 



"Historic Furnishings Report, Eisenhower National Historic Site, 

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania," by Sarah Olson, Harpers Ferry Center, 
1980. 



The Independence Examiner , May 9, 1955. 
Kansas City Journal , June 15, 1883. 



Kempton, Greta. "Painting the Truman Family," Missouri Historical 
Review LXVII, no. 3 (April 1973), 335-349. 



McNair, Marie. "First Lady Fetes Ladies of Press at White House," The 
New York Times, May 30, 1945. 



Miller, Merle. Plain Speaking, An Oral Biography of Harry S. Truman . 
New York: G.P. Putnam's Son, 1973. 



The New York Times, April 5, 1952. 



Robbins, Charles. Last of His Kind, An Informal Portrait of Harry S, 
Truman. New York: William Morrow & Co., Inc., 1979. 



"Trumans to Keep White House Aides," The New York Times , May 7, 1945, 

"Truman of Missouri," Life , April 21, 1944. 

Truman, Harry S Mr. Citizen. New York: Popular Library, 1953. 



Truman, Margaret. Letters from Father, The Truman Family's Personal 
Correspondence . New York: Arbor House, 1981. 



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"Memories of a Cherished House," The New York 



Times, April 22, 1984. 



. Souvenir, Margaret Truman's Own Story . New York 
McGraw-Hil I , T95^ 



"Truman Quarters Accent the Modern," The New York Times , May 30, 1945, 



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ILLUSTRATIONS 



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Figure 1. Madge Gates Wallace and children, George, 
Bess, Frank, and unknown, in the northwest 
corner of the Music Room, at 219 North Dela- 
ware, n.d. (c. 1905). 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 2. Christmas, 1926, west end of the Living Room, 
219 North Delaware. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 3. Kansas City Star montage showing Madge Gates 
Wallace; the Truman home at Grandview; Martha 
Ellen Truman, and Harry S Truman in his Living 
Room at 219 North Delaware, August 12, 1934. 

Photo: The Kansas City Star and the Harry S. 
Truman Library 



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Figure 4. Bess, Margaret, and Harry S Truman in the 
Living Room of 219 North Delaware, n.d. 
(c. 1934). 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 5. Margaret Truman with David and Marian Wallace 
in the Living Room, 219 North Delaware, 
Christmas, 1937. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 6. David and Marian Wallace in the Dining Room, 
219 North Delaware, 1937. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 7. David and Marian Wallace in the Dining Room, 
219 North Delaware, 1937. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 8. David and Marian Wallace in the Living Room, 
219 North Delaware, Christmas, 1938. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 9. David and Marian Wallace in the Front Hall 
219 North Delaware, Christmas, 1938. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 10. Bess, Margaret, and Harry S Truman in the 
Dining Room of 219 North Delaware, reading 
congratulatory mail on Truman's victory in 
the primary of the senatorial race, August 7, 
1940. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 11. Margaret Truman in the Living Room of 219 
North Delaware, n.d. (c. 1940). 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 12. Margaret Truman in the Living Room of 219 
North Delaware, n.d. (c. 1940). 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 13. Bess, Harry S, and Margaret Truman in the 
east end of the Living Room, 219 North 
Delaware, 1944. 

Photo: Life, April 21, 1944 



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Figure 14. Madge Gates Wallace with David and Marian 
Wallace in the Living Room of 219 North 
Delaware, Christmas, 1944. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 15. Christmas in the Living Room, 219 North 
Delaware, December 27, 1945. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 16. Bess, Margaret, and Harry S Truman at 4701 
Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C., 
April 15, 1942. 

Photo: United Press-International News and 
the Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 17. Margaret and Harry S Truman at 4701 Connecti- 
cut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C., April 15, 
1942. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 18. Bess and Harry S Truman at 4701 Connecticut 
Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C., April 15, 
1942. 

Photo: Acme News Pictures-UPI and the Harry 
S. Truman Library 



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Figure 19. Bess and Harry S Truman at 4701 Connecticut 
Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C., 1942-1945. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 20. Harry S Truman at 4701 Connecticut Avenue, 
N.W., Washington, D.C., 1942. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library and Acme News 
Pictures-UPI 



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Figure 21. President Truman delivering speech from the 

Living Room of 219 North Delaware, on election 
eve, November 1, 1948. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 22. President Truman lighting the National 
Christmas Tree from the Music Room of 
219 North Delaware, December 24, 1948. 

Photo: United Press-International News 
and the Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 23. President Truman lighting the National 
Christmas Tree from the Music Room of 
219 North Delaware, December 24, 1951. 

Photo: Vernon Galloway and the Harry S. 
Truman Library 



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Figure 24. Mrs. Truman in the Living Room of 219 North 
Delaware, McCalls , April, 1949. 

Photo: McCal Is Magazine and the Harry S. 
Truman Library 



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Figure 25. Bess and Harry S Truman in the Living Room of 
219 North Delaware, 1953. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 26. Harry S Truman in the Living Room of 219 North 
Delaware, 1953. 

Photo: Bradley Smith, and the Harry S. Truman 
Library 



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Figure 27. Harry S Truman in the Music Room of 219 North 
Delaware, 1953. 

Photo: Bradley Smith, and the Harry S. Truman 
Library 



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Figure 28. Mrs. Truman and friends playing cards on the 
Back Porch of 219 North Delaware, 1953. 

Photo: Bradley Smith, and the Harry S. Truman 
Library 



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Figure 29. Harry S Truman on the Porch of 219 North 
Delaware, 1953. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library and 
Bradley Smith 



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Figure 30. Bess and Harry S Truman on the Back Porch of 

219 North Delaware, "Person to Person," May 28, 
1955. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 31. Bess and Harry S Truman in the Living Room of 
219 North Delaware, "Person to Person," May 28, 
1955. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 32. Bess and Harry S Truman in the Music Room of 

219 North Delaware, "Person to Person," May 28, 
1955. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 33. Bess and Harry S Truman and "Person to Person 1 
crew in the Library of 219 North Delaware, 
May 28, 1955. 

Photo: Hdrry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 34. Bess and Harry S Truman in the Living Room of 
219 North Delaware, Christmas, n.d. (c. 1957), 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 35. Christmas in the Living Room of 219 North 
Delaware, n.d. (c. 1957). 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 36. Living Room at 219 North Delaware, n.d. (c 
1957). The baby may be a Daniel son. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 37. Bess and Harry S Truman in the Living Room 
of 219 North Delaware, February 14, 1960. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 38. Harry S Truman with Laura Hall and John Ross 
Truman in the Living Room of 219 North 
Delaware, July 6, 1968. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 39. Harry S Truman with unknown receiving a medal 

from the Sons of the American Revolution in the 
Living Room of 219 North Delaware, 1968. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 40. Bess and Harry S Truman, Margaret Truman 
Daniel, and Lyndon B. Johnson signing the 
United Nations Day Proclamation in the 
Living Room of 219 North Delaware, October, 
1968. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 41. Bess Truman in the Living Room of 219 North 
Delaware on Harry S Truman's birthday, May 8, 
1969. 

Photo: Hdrry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 42. Bess and Harry S Truman in the Living Room of 
219 North Delaware on Truman's birthday, May 8, 
1969. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 43. Bess and Harry S Truman with Edmund Muskie in 
the Living Room of 219 North Delaware, Decem- 
ber 14, 1970. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 44. Bess and Harry S Truman with Mr. Hale, on the 
Back Porch of 219 North Delaware, May 5, 1969. 

Photo: Harry S. Truman Library 



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Figure 45. Harry S Truman with Thomas Hart Benton in the 
Library of 219 North Delaware, January, 1971. 

Photo: Randall Jessee and the Harry S. Truman 
Library 



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Figure 46. Harry S Truman with Paul Burns receiving a 
Secret Service Badge in the Library of 219 
North Delaware, December 3, 1971. 

Photo: Hdrry S. Truman Library 



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FIGURE 47 THROUGH FIGURE 94: 
HISTORIC AMERICAN BUILDINGS SURVEY 



Figure 47. Front Hall, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 48. Front Hall, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 49. Front Hall, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 50. Living Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 51. Living Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 52. Living Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 53. Living Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 54. Living Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 55. Music Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 56. Music Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 57. Music Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 58. Music Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 59. Music Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 60. Dining Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 61. Dining Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 62. Dining Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 63. Dining Room, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 64. Library, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 65. Library, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 66. Library, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 67. Library, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 68. Butler's Pantry, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 69. Kitchen, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 70. Kitchen, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 71. Kitchen, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 72. First Floor Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 73. First Floor Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 74. First Floor Bath, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 75. Second Floor Hall, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 76. Second Floor Hall, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 77. West Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 78. West Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 79. West Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 80. West Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 81. South Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 82. South Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 83. South Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 84. South Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 85. East Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 86. East Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 87. Northeast (Truman's) Bedroom, March, 1983. 
Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 88. Northeast (Truman's) Bedroom, March, 1983. 
Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 89. Northeast (Truman's) Bedroom, March, 1983. 
Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 90. Northeast Bathroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 91. Northwest Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 92. Northwest Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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Figure 93. Northwest Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



Figure 94. Northwest Bedroom, March, 1983. 

Photo: Historic American Buildings Survey 



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APPENDIX I 



PROBATE RECORDS OF GEORGE P. AND ELIZABETH GATES, 

1918 AND 1924 

(JACKSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE, JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI) 



Inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of George P. Gates, July 11, 
1918: 

Family bible and other books in family residence 

219 Delaware St., Independence, Mo. $ 200. 

Household Kitchen and table furniture situated in 

family residence No. 219 Delaware St., Independence, 

Mo. 500. 



Inventory and Appraisement Certificate and Affidavit in the Matter of 
the Appraisal of the Estate of Elizabeth Gates, August 6, 1924: 

Household Goods 

Living Room: 

1 Book Case 50.; 1 desk 15.; 1 table 10.; 75. 

4 chairs 25.; Books 50.; 75. 

Parlor Suite; 1 davenport 15.; 3 chairs 15. 30. 

Dining Room: 

1 table 10.; 1 side board 15.; and 6 chairs 20. 45. 

3 bed room suites with beds and dressers 150. 

1 hall coat rack 15. 15. 

two carpets 20. 20. 



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APPENDIX II 



INVOICES FOR WORK PERFORMED AT AND PURCHASES FOR 
219 NORTH DELAWARE, AND WASHINGTON, D.C., 
1884-1974 



(Harry S. Truman Library) 



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G.P. Gates to North, Orrison & Co., Kansas City, July 10, 1884 : 

1 Chamber Suite 85.00 

1 Pair Laces 8.00 

2 Poles 2.00 
2 Doz. Hooks .40 
1 [Sweeper] 4.00 

Wtt 

Paid Cash October 12, 1884: 95.40 



Independence Plumbing Co. to Mr. Geo. P. Gates, June 12, 1885 : 

[providing an estimate for 40 gallon boiler, galvanized iron; iron 
sink 18 x 30; planished copper bath 6 ft.; demarest closet or [aug.?] 
other of like grade; square stands marble top 20 x 24 and for corners 
20 x 20 in white bowls; all lead supply pipe to be extra strong all 
traps to be ventilated up through roof; for putting in boiler with 
stove connections sink in kitchen, bath room complete with closet- 
bath & stand [powd?] and ventilated 196.70; without ventilating traps 
10% off and without pans under closet bath & stand 5% off] 



washstands 
Outside of Bath Room: 

Corner stand in room over library 32.00 

Corner stand in room over dining 37.00 

[Square?] stand in lower bed room 71.00 

[Square?] stand in north bed room 39.00 

Corner stand in room over family 36.50 

Square stand in room over bed 36.50 

252.00 



Pipeing for Gas 32.00 

This includes ventilating traps through room and drip pans under 
stands & waste to same 

Without ventilating 10% off 

Without drip pans 5% off 

This is estimated on the basis of the 2 systems of drainage and the 
location of basic plan---sgd. Wish & Wail 



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Independence Gas & Coke Co. to Geo. P. Gates, July 18, 1885 : 

We will do your plumbing and gas fitting as worked on plans using a 40 
Gallon Galvanized Iron Boiler, Demarest Closet 6 ft 14 oz Copper Bath, 
with Chain, Plug & Combination Bath Cock (with sprinkler & c all com- 
plete) Nickle plated 6 Marble toped wash stands corner or square 10 in 
Backs Etolian Marble 1-1/4 in thick Nickle Plated Compression bibbs 
chain & [ ? ] Main Suply to Boiler and Bath 3/4 in Extra Strong Lead 
pipe Supply to Sink & Stands 5/8 in Extra Strong and Branches 1/2 in 
Extra Strong washpipe 1-1/2 & 1-1/4 in light all traps to be ventilat- 
ed up through the roof 4 in Sail pipe to be carried up through the 
roof with a Smiths patent ventilator cap all fixtures to be fit up 
with Lead pans underneath edges to be [trimmed?] up 3 in waste to each 
leading to sink or cellar all Sail & Waste pipes to be carried out 
through the Walls Cast-Iron Pipe [ ? ] 

Wirt & Walsh [indecipherable--same as above] 348.56 



To George P. Gates from WM Randall, 1885 : 

Sep 19 to building chimney in South End of house: 

[?] Mashons 10927 Brick @ 9. /thousand 98.34 

to topping out flue on Ell 10.00 

to 8 ft. of filler in Seller 6.00 

Nov 2 to building chimney on North Side of house: 
to [two?] Brick layers five days & 8 hours 

(a 6-1/2/day 37.70 
to 2 labors 5 days & 8 ours @ [two ?] Dollars 

& 75 cents 15.95 

3 Loads of Sand 80 bushels @ 8 cents/bu 6.40 

18 bushels of lime @ .35 6.30 

7,000 bricks delivered @ 9./1000 63.00 

My profit 10.00 

253.69 

Credit by hailing back 300 brick -3.00 

250.69 

Red in full W M Randall 



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J. A. Addams for GP Gates, Kansas City Slate Co., October 16, 1885 : 

to slating Roof of Mr. Geo P Gates Haus in Independence 
per 32 Sq. [?] ft. at 12.25/sq. 403.52 

23.50 
380.02 

October 17, 1885: Red of Geo P Gates in full 380.00 

Sgd. [?] W. Selby 



North, Orrison & Co., Kansas City, to G P Gates, December 22, 1885 : 

1 BR suit leave 

1 Hall tree 65.00 

125.00 



Mr. Gates to James F. McAdow, Mantels (Peerless, Conger & Scan! an) 
January 1886 : 

1 #5 Mahy & Peerless 235.00 

1 # [Ladies?] Mahy & Conger 125.00 

1 #4029 & Peerless 155.00 

#109 Vestibule 40 sq feet @ 1.35/foot 54.00 

569.00 
February 25 by check - 500.00 

69.00 
"warming of your new Home" jas F M Adow 



Independence Plumbing Co. dealers in Iron Pumps, Rubber Hose, Brass 
Goods, Chandeliers, Plumbers Goods, Etc., Mr Geo P Gates, January 1 , 
1886 : 

Dec 1 Amt of Bill rendered 458.73 

2 Brackets @ 6. 4 Brackets G 6. 12.00 

2 Brackets @ 4.50 4.50 

Dec 28 2 hrs work 1.00 

Dec 30 63.75 + 22.50 = 86.25 

25% off - 21.56 64.70 

Dec 30 1 Newell light 12.00 



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Independence Plumbing Co . (continued) 

Dec 30 Globe for Hall 2.50 4 for Parlor 8. 10.50 
3 Globes for Library 2.25 2 for BR $. 6.25 
1 Globe S.R. 1.25 1 for SR 1.00 2.25 

TOO 
20% off -3.80 15.20 

1 Extension for Sitting Room .50 

568.63 
Pd by cash - 400.00 

168.63 



To Jno J. Eicher, Independence, January 1, 1886 : 

For putting up attic Stair and Railing 6.00 

Front stairs 95.00 

extra on front stairs 16.00 

117.00 

Red. Payment Jno G. Eicherly 



Geo P Gates to Bullene, Moores, Emery & Co., Kansas City, January 4 , 
1886 : 

1885: 

Nov 27 5 silk 1.35 6.75 

8/2 ft rods .25 2.13 

4 pr Brackets .25 1.00 

4 doz Rings .25 1.00 

Dec 11 8 Bundle ' 1.50 12.00 

Dec 15 38 2/3 B.B. [Brussels Body] Carpet 1.40 54.14 

24 B.B. [Brussels Body] border carpet 1.40 33.60 

31 B.B. [Brussels Body] carpet .95 29.45 

40 3/4 Ex. rep. .85 34.64 

134 1/2 [breaking, takwing?] .10 13.45 

60 cotton lining 6.00 

Dec 17 35 relaying old carpet 5. 1.75 

Dec 21 1 bed set ' 3.95 
1 tidy .25 

Dec 22 pair lace curtains 3. 



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Geo P Gates to Bulene, Moores, Emery & Co . (continued) 

Dec 26 211 1/4 rag Carpet 1.60 34.00 

19 rag border 1.60 30.40 
26 3/4 rag carpet 1.60 42.80 
67 [breaking ? rfrping] .15 10.05 
24 1/2 B.B. [Brussels Body] Cpt 1.40 34.30 

20 B.B. [Brussels Body] Cpt 1.40 28.00 
11 B.B. [Brussels Body] Cpt 1.40 21.00 
41 1/2 Tap. Burnes .85 35.28 
101 Meaking & layinq .10 10.10 
100 cotton lining .10 10.00 
1 3/4 doz. pads 2.50 4.38 
1 carpet sweeper 3.00 

464.92 



GP Gates to North, Orrison & Co., 538 and 540 Delaware St., Kansas 
City, January 4, 1886 : 

Nov 19 2 Rugs 10.00 

1 Wool Matt 3.00 

Nov 27 1 Book Case 80.00 

1 Parlor Suite 235.00 

1 Sideboard 80.00 

Dec 22 1 2-ps Suite 60.00 

1 Hall Tree 65.00 

Dec 31 1 Walnut Table 20.00 



Received of GP Gates, February 5, 1886 , 375. for full to 
date for furnace 



Kansas City Slate Co., 214 E. Missouri Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri , 
April 5, 18861 

To Slating Porch 54 by 21 inches - 1 Square 12.00 



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F.G. Allman, 725 Main Street , Kansas City to Mr. Geo P Gates , 
October 12, 1889 : 

Two Cases Silverware: 

Cons of 1 doz pearl handle Knives 

1 doz Solid Silver Des. Forks 

1/2 doz solid silver Table Spoons 

1/2 doz solid silver Des. Spoons 

1 doz solid silver Teas Spoons 

Complete 100.00 



John Russell, Painter and Paper Hanger, N. Liberty, Independence , 
December 24, 1890 : 

May 10 Kitchen Ceiling & Walls 2 coats 

Hard Oil Finish Floors 1 coat 11.25 



Price Sheet for G.P.G. [n.d.] : 

1 fancy dormer 50.00 

1 fancy dormer Balls G?z 20.00 

2 fancy dormer Balls G?z 25. 50.00 

1 Porch 150.00 

1 Porch 90.00 

1 flight stairs fan & 150.00 

plastering 270.00 

lumber bill 750.00 

mill work & stone work 170.00 

brick work in cellar 54.60 

Hardware bill 200.00 

tining [tinning?] ??? 

hauling 25.00 

86 yds ex. [ ? ] .25 21.50 

cut stone 74.50 

chimney & roofs 82.00 

on tin ??? 

1 fancy front door 30.00 

1 fancy vesta, door 25.00 

1 fancy side door 10.00 



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Price Sheet for G.P.G. [n.d.] (continued) 

24 corner blocks 7.00 

Painting & hard finish 325.00 

O.G. doors 1/34 55.00 

Windows 114.55 

inside blinds 150.00 

carpenter work 793.00 

$3,657.10 



Robert Kieth Furniture & Carpet Co., Kansas City, to DW Wallace , 
August 24, 1893 : 

Apr 27 1 chi Ids Bed 7.50 

1 Spring 3.50 

1 Mattress 3.50 

Pd by GP Gates T4750 



Mrs. DW Wallace to H.J. Ott & Co., Independence, March 1, 1925 : 

1924: 

Dec 11 1 Child Rocker 6.50 

Nov 18 3 1/2 yards webbing .33 

pd. March 23, 1925 OT 



Duff & Repp Furniture Co., Kansas City to Mrs. HS Truman, January 16 , 
T93T : 

548 1/2 No. 

Maple Port Mirror 9.34 



W.H. Sudbrock Cabinet Works, Upholstering & Repairing, Kansas City , 
to Mrs. Truman, February 13, 1937 : 

1 sofa recovered #5931 - 3 1/6 yds 

14 yds Ganys 18.76 



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Central Missouri Association for the Blind, March 3, 1937 : 

Receipt Mrs. Truman $5. for 1 pattern rug ; rug to be mailed as soon 
as woven. 



Reliable Stores Corp., Washington, D.C., Senator H.S. Truman , 
3051 Idaho, N.W., January 31, 19371 

1 Mhy Dresser BENE 

1 Con Chest MNXE 

2 Mhy 3/3 Bed UNLE 
2 Coil Sp. 3/3 CONE 
2 [ ? ] Matt 

1 Mhy Nite Table UNLE 195.00 

1 Wal. Variety 

1 Wal. SE Bed (3 pc) 

1 Wal. Place Chest 

Coil Spg. 

Matt 

Wal. Bench 

Blue dot Budoir Ch. 366.00 



Tucker's (successors to H.J. Ott & Co., Independence), Mrs. H.S . 
Truman : 

June 30 2 chairs & tax 304.00 

July 30 2 chairs & tax 510.00 

814.00 

Credit 1 chair & tax - 152.00 

Pd. September 3, 1938 662.00 



Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C., May 24, 1945; National Park 
Service/The White House/Washington, D.C . 

6.90 
15.00 
12.50 
10.00 

1.05 



Apr 1 


6 PINT VAC. BOTTLES 


Apr 25 


1 shade- beige 




1 shade- beige 




1 shade 




7 yds. guimpe 



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Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C. (continued) 

8 shower curtains 60.00 

2 tissue boxes 5.00 

1 powder vanity 54.00 

1 table 25.50 

1 bed 45.50 

1 bench 19.00 

1 chest 76.00 

1 mattress 44.50 

1 spring 44.50 

419.45 



Tucker's, Independence, Mrs. Truman, June 1, 1948 : 

22/23/36 yds carpet 12 x 17 
23 yds rug padding 12 x 17 

Total Tax 

Refinishing for Abernathy Furniture Co. 

One dining room table top 

2 dining room chairs at 2.00 each 

Total 





188.60 

23.00 

215.83 


45.00 
4.00 


49.00 
264.83 



Burton Linoleum Co., Mrs. Harry S Truman, c/o Mrs. Geor. Wallace , 
June 1, 1949 : 

May 5 Furnished green marble inlaid linoleum 
laid & cemented over felt on kitchen, 
hall, & pantry floors 122.50 

New flooring to patch two bad places in 
floor & 70 ft new quarterboard 6.25 

Total 130.45 

& 8 hours time patching floors etc — no charge 



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Tucker's, Independence, Mrs. Bess Truman, June 30, 1949 : 

66 sq. yds. carpet at 8.20 yd. 541.20 

8 additional yards for stairs & landing 65.60 

66 sq. yds. carpet padding at .95 62.70 

carpet- cut- sew- lay by Lawless & Johnson 63.15 

Total 746.20 



Duff & Repp, Kansas City, Mrs. Harry S Truman, July 29, 1949 : 

1 "Triple Mirror" 18.95 

Tucker's, Hdrry Truman, March 25, 1950 : 

73 3/4 yds. carpet 8.79/yd. 648.27 

52 yds. padding 1.15 yd. 59.80 

Binding three throw rugs 8.50 

716.57 

Credit returned 1 rug 12 x 17 - 164.00 

Total and Tax 566.90 

Mrs. Harry S Truman, July 14, 1950 : 

1 Din-107 Frigidaire Refrigerator, Serial #65-A-17695 349.75 

Less credit for coolerator 60.00 

Less special discount 28.95 

267.80 



CE Sharp Plumbing, 110 W. Kansas, Independence, August 31, 1951 : 

1 Blue (Spruce) Lavatory 103.56 

6 Blue chrome nipples .40 

1 1-1/2 2 nut & washer .35 

2 Lav Supply washer .20 
5-1/2 hrs labor 19.25 

125.78 



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Jennings Furniture, Independence, February 18, 1954 : 

12 dining rooms chs [ ? ] striped 24.00 

2 Vic chs in Green Velvet 100.00 

124.00 



Jennings Furniture, Independence, October 1, 1954 : 

ant [ ? ] Rocker 39.00 

Slip Cover 45.00 

Recover Din Chair & material 7.12 



The Furniture Shop, 215 S. Lynn St., Independence, February 1, 1957 : 

2 chairs 20.00 

1 table 8.50 

34.50 



Tuckers, 205-207 Lexington, Independence, August 18, 1959 : 

2 5752 3/3 mattress 99.00 

1 FP 130-59 Frigidaire Refrigerator (serial #37A 30154) 459.00 
Take back 1 No/57738 Refrigerator credit -90.00 

369.00 
12 121 Telephone Stand 21.95 

499.75 



Jennings Furniture, Independence, May 13, 1961 : 

8 [ 3? ] Beaumont Brocatelle #4779 Mint green @ 12.00 44.00 
Up chair .88 

44.88 



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Jennings Furniture, Independence, May 2, 1962 : 

7 widths drapery lined 

fabric 

Dubonnet 

color Nutmeg 9 3.50 yd. 134.25 

Upholster Victorian chair 

Floral Tapestry 

#5000 Beige 61.00 



Jennings Furniture, Independence, May 25, 1962 : 

Library Drapery-lined 

Dubonnet-Nutmeg @ 3.50 134.25 

Up Victorian Chair 61.00 

Sleeping Hollow Chair 39.00 

Top with [ foam ? ] 5.00 
Sheer Curtains 

Summer & White @ 2.50 116.50 
Library fixtures 

1 Trav. Rod 7.95 

2 Trav. Rods 7.50 



Jennings Furniture, Independence, July 7, 1967 : 

4 Yacht Chairs new canvas @ 5.00 20.60 

Regina Electric Co., 224 W. Maple, Independence, October 15, 1968 : 

HT55B Freezer 247.15 

Tuckers, 205 W. Lexington, Independence, December 13, 1968 : 

Crib & Mattress 41.15 



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Sears, Roebuck & Co., June 5, 1969 : 

1 Washer, catalog #W [ ?? ] 0E29700N 169.88 



McDaniel Sheet Metal & Roofing, 9136 Wilson, Independence, December 7 , 
T970- 

Air Conditioning & Roof Repair 

Sear Window AC 168.93 

Roof Repair 25.00 



Jennings Furniture, 1401 West Lexington, Independence, February 5 , 
1971 : 

Cox Budoir Chair - Sample 66.95 



Charlie Pendelton's Appliance & TV Center, 124 So. Main, Independence , 
July 22, 1972 : 

1 [ ?? ] A/C model #[???] 816 245.14 

Install & haul off old unit 



Carpet City, 11806 E. 23 St., Independence, August 31, 1973 : 

Carpet 15 x 15 High Tide 046 Champagne 

54 oz Hair Felt Pad 

Take up old 450.62 



R.W. Kelly & Sons, Independence, November 20, 1973 : 

311.57 



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R.W. Kelly & Sons, 10912 Winner Rd., Independence, April 16, 1974 : 

8 Sheer panels 

Living Room Curtains 209.56 



La-Z-Boy, 1392 E. 40 Highway, January 29, 1980 : 

1 DNDI-GNADK 342.00 

-15.81 
35T^T 



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APPENDIX III 

STUDY 

INVENTORY OF CONTENTS 

PREPARED BY THE HARRY S. TRUMAN LIBRARY 

1981-82 



294 



STUDY 

Miniature painting of Trinity Episcopal Church by Grace Taylor. 

(Church is depicted as it is now. Original painting in 
HSTL collection. Signed on reverse: "Indep. MO. Trinity 
Episcopal Church/August 1975/Grace E. Taylor." In plastic 
frame 6 l/4"x 7 1/4". ) 

Collection of photos of MTD's second son in clock shaped frame. 

(6 photos in small pocket watch frames inside pocket 

watch shape, tan velvet background. 12" dia. handle 2 1/8" 

high. ) 

Collection of photos of MTD's first son, Clifton. 

(Matches above item, on green velvet background. 12 1/4" 
dia. Back of frame very loose.) 

North Wal l 

Telephone stand. (Dark wood, four legs 23"H x 13 3/4"x 10 3/4") 

On Stand: Independence, Missouri phone directories (2) 
Southwestern Bell, July, 1979 

Green modern Southwestern Bell phone. 

Chair. (Walnut chair. Upholstered in green floral pattern on 

beige material. (Has been recovered) 36"H x 30"W x 29"D 

Chair. (.Victorial style; high circular back, upholstered in 

rose pattern on beige material. 39 1/2"H x 26"W x 31"D 

Objects in book case : (Second set of shelves from left) 

Bottom shel f: Collection of phonograph records. 

Second shel f: Miniature ceramic piano; made in Japan. 

"662" stamped on bottom. White trimmed in 
gold; artifical (plastic) flower arrangement 
on top. Lid on shelf atop collection of 
state highway maps. 3 5/8"x 4 7/8"w x 5 l/4"d 

Brass vase. (Mountain scene etched on front; probably Indian 
Badly tarnished. 6"hx 7"d 

Oriental vase on wooden pedestal. Aqua marine in color; 

dragon pattern; glaze uneven. Broken piece 
from base inside vase. 9"hx 5"d 

Silver box. In shape of a chest; lined in blue velvet. 

2 pieces of quartz inside chest. Made in 
Mexico. 3 l/2"h x 6 5/8"w x 4"d. Tarnished. 

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-2- STUDY (cont) 

Objects in book case (cont) 

Se opnd shelf : (cont) 

Metal candy cannister with handle. (Treasure chest 
scene "Baret Ware" container. "Made in England, 
Item No. 171" Candy inside. 7"h x 5"d , handle 
3 1/2" (above cannister) 

Third shelf : 

Hummel figurine; girl with two geese. "47-3/0" 

stamped on bottom "Germany" hand numbered "F" 
4"h x 3 l/4"x 2"d 

White jade figurine. Carved oriental figure with lamb. 
Has become disjointed from wooden base. 5 i/8"h x 
2 l/2"w x l"d. 

Brass cow. Probably Indian or Africian. On fitted 

wooden base. 5 l/2"h x 5 l/2"w x 2 l/2"d (including 
base ) . 

China figurine. Danish. King in white gown with two 
servants tending him; one on either side. Markings 
on bottom: stamped with crown and "Denmark", hand 
mark: "1288" with image of a crown etched: "1288 P" 
8 l/4"h x 6"w x 3"d. 

Ancient Greek vessel. Salmon colored pottery; paint 
worn away, geometric pattern, no figures. 7 l/2"h x 
3"d. 

Fourth shelf : 

Hummel figurine. Angel playing in front of tower. On 
bottom (R) "Germany" Stamped: etched: "38" "46" image 
of a crown. 5 l/4"h x 3"w x 2 3/4" 

Ceramic cigarette lighter. Jocky (in red and white outfit) 
on a base with cigarette lighter painted gold "21" on 
front. 5 l/2"h base 2 1/2" d. 

Ancient Greek pitcher. Salmon colored pottery; paint worn 
away. Geometric pattern, no figures. 6"h x 2 l/2"d. 

Carved ivory oriental figure of a man. Male figure holding 
a fishing rod and fish; figure has yellow varnish finish 
6 l/2"h x 2 3/4" (diameter of base) 



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-3- STUDY (cont) 

Objects in book case (cont) 

Fourth shelf (cont) 

Ceramic male figure reading newspaper. Hawaiian Chief tan 
reading The Honolulu Advertiser headlines, "Hawaii 
Welcomes Trumans" . Makers name on bottom illegible. 
4 l/2"h x 3"w x 3 l/4"d. 

Carved ivory male figure. Figure of ancient Chinese 
priest with a staff in his hand; white beard and 
hair, otherwise varnished finish. "2456 HSTL" on 
bottom. 

Reproduction of Greek vase. Black figures on beige. 
6"h x 3 l/2"d. 

Carved ivory sets of carved balls. Approximate ly 6 balls 
on inside each other; outside balls have carved 
dragons. On pedestal consisting of a male figure 
with pedestal extending from his head. Balls attached 
to object by Scotch tape. Base cracked. 9 l/4"h x 
2 1/4" dia. (at base) . 

Ivory carved Chinese male. Ancient Chinese man holding 
piece of fruit. Intrensic carving. Part of top of 
piece broken off. "Made in China" stamped on bottom. 
8"h x 2 l/4"w x 1 l/2"d. 

Fifth shelf : 

Clock in red leather case. Clock in upper right hand 
corner. Dial on front indicates times throughout 
the world. "H.S.T." in gold on front. Made by Kalex 
World Clock, Kalex Corp., serial #102056. ll"h x 
10 l/2"w x 5 l/4"d. 

Sixth shelf : 

Pitcher. Hammered copper trimmed in brass. 9 ]/2"h x 
8 l/2"w x 4"d (at base of pitcher) 

Ceramic donkey. Porcelain. Painted grey; made in 

"Germany". Leg broken off in front. 5 l/2"h x 3 3/4"w. 

Trophy. Gold colored apple on wooden base; plaque reads: 
"Harry S. Truman/Founder 1952/Teacher Remterance Day/ 
First Sunday. June 1 Presented by /the Senior League/ 
1961". 8 3/4"h x (base 4"x4") 



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-4- STUDY (cont) 

Objects in book case (cont) 

Sixth shelf (cont) 

Figurine of Winston Churchill. Hand carved wood figure 
in image of Winston Churchill (in three piece suit, 
cigar in mouth) painted. 8 l/4"h x 3"w x 2 3/8"d. 

Seventh shelf 

Glass jar with lid. Hand blown, purple in color, swirled 
pattern. 8 l/4 M h x 6" d. 

Table (in center of room). Walnut, Gate-leg table that has 
been made stationary. 26 l/2"x 35"w x 36*'d. 

On table : Sleeping Murder and The Murder at Vicarage 
by Agatha Christie 

The Investigation by Uhnak 

American Presidential China 

Detweiler, Susan. Exhibition Catalog published 
by Smithsonian Institution in brown cloth cover, 
"Mrs. Harry S. Truman" 

By the Political Sea 

by Lauchheim, Katie signed "Harry S. Truman" 

on cover . 

Coontail Lagoon, A Celebration of Life 

by Cassels, Louis. Inside book: "Honorary 

Fellows HSTL Institute expires 1983 for Mrs. T" 

a two dollar bill in mint condition. 

Photo of George Gates taken by "Curtis, Photographer 

Port Byron, 111." 

The Royal Arch Mason (booklet) 

Vol. XI No. 1 Spring 1973 

"Mrs. T Just in case you missed this. (signed 

Harry Vaughan" 

The Masonic Rite, The Order for the Burial of 
the Dead 

Booklet . Enclosed a copy of a sermon delivered 
Dec. 31, 1972. 

A Gallery of Congress, 50 Years Time Covers 

1923/1973 

Editors of Time (magazine) 

Britannica Book of the Year 1971 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. 
William Benton Publisher 

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-5- STUDY (cont) 
On table (cont) 



Memorial Services in the Congress of the 
United States and Tributes in Eulogy of 
Harry S. Truman. Inscribed by William J. 
Randall, 1973. "Bess W. Truman" imprinted 
on cover 

Harry S. Truman, A Pictorial Biography 
by Joseph Gies. Inscribed by Bob Adams. 

Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, 1949 
(leather bound) 

An Almanac of Words at Play by Willard R. 
Espy 

The Abe Burrows Song Book by Abe Burrows 

From Then to Now by Ellen Bundschu 
Paperback, inscribed to Mrs. HST by the 
author. Copy 83, of 20 

The Official Inaugural Medals of the 
Presidents of the United States by 
Dusterberg, Richard B. 

First Day Cover, Colonial American Craftsmen 
4-8C stamps 

"Give 'Em Hell, Harry" by Mark Goodman 
Paperback. 

First Day Cover, HST stamp, May 8, 1973 
encased in blue folder, medal with cover 
by the Danbury Mint. 

Bicentennial First Day Cover. The Boston 
Tea Party 8C stamp. 

The Responsibles, How Five American Leaders 
Coped with Crises by William S. White 
inscribed by Georgia and Andy Gray. 

Book Box of Playing cards. Revenue stamp 
on box . 

The Hours of Jeanne D'Evreau, Queen of France 
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Inscribed to 
Mrs. T by Jane Ling. 

Virgil by H. Rushton Fairclough. Note from 
donor on inside cover. Signed "Truman" inside 
cover. (English translator) 



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-6- STUDY (cont) 

On table The Oregon Trail Revisited 

(cont) by H. Rushton Fairclough (English translator) 

Shakespear's Sonnets by Bush, Douglas & Harbage, 
Alfred (editors) Inscribed by donor inside 
cover . 

Pendant necklace. Dried flowers in oval (modern) 

Silver tray a Ink Stand. Sterling, footed, 5 compartments 
with three crystal containers. The containers are 2" 
square trimmed in silver and brass. Seal in center 
compartment "Vigil antibus". Assorted items in tray. 
1 l/4"h x 9 l/2"w x 5 3/4" 

Cigarette lighter. 14K Gold plated, emblem "33rd Inf. 
Div." Florentine, made in U.S.A. 2 l/4"h x 1 l/4"x 
l/4 M d 

Pocket knife. Bone hand; brand "-R 1 ^ in steel on both sides. 

3 1/4" x 3/4". Badly rusted. 

Ceramic bird. Hand painted porcelain. Orange body with 
long tail. Italian numbered on bottom "x496/426" 

6 l/4"h x 7 l/2"w 

Brass Four Leaf Clover paperweight. Poem on reverse. 

4 3/4" x 4 l/4"x 1/4" 

Silver letter opener. Miniature jockey on end "21" 

7 3/4"lx 1 l/2"w 

Metal dish. Circular; hand painted, "China" on reverse. 
Spring floral pattern on yellow background. 
3 7/8" dia. 

Silver pocket pedometer. Sterling, inscribed on reverse, 
"Harry S. Truman /from/The Following. Crystal not 
attached to watch. 1 3/4" dia. 

Framed photograph. Color photo of Mrs. Truman in brass 
oval frame; wooden backing "Made in Italy" 

5 l/8"h x 4 l/4"w 

Red leather box with lid. "HST" in gold on lid; trimmed 
in gold; contents not inventoried at this time. 
9 3/8"x 12"x 3 3/4" 

Embossing seal, "219 North Delaware/Independence, Mo." 

Collection of trade tokens (6). In plexiglass holder. 

From the "Albert Neese General Merchandise, Richland, 
Kansas". Front: Good for 5 in merchandise" 
Reverse: "Albert Neese/General Merchandise/Richland, 
Kansas. " 

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-7- STUDY (cont) 

On table (cont) 

Silver letter opener. In shape of a sword. Knight 
on a horse on the end. Made in "Jerusalem" on 
reverse . 

Footstool (under table) 

Walnut, upholstered in dark red material (needle- 
point) on rollers. 12 l/2"x 21 3/4"x 21 3/4" 

On footstool: 

15 National Geographies (Jun3 1974 through May 1981) 

From These Roots by Carolyn Lieberman Gitman 
Enscribed by the author to Mrs. Truman. 

Whodunit? Houdini? by Otto Penzler 

Kansas - The 34th Star by Nyle H. Miller 
Signed by the author, enscribed to Mrs. Truman 
from Georgia Andy Gray 

SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

Bottom shelf : 

Glass goblet, stemmed. Etched with image of HST; the 
Presidential seal and important dates and events 
in his life. On bottom: "Presidential Glass/Made 
in England" "Vemay" . 6 l/4"h x 4" dia. 

Silver wine glass. Stemmed; Jewish characters on base 
and stem. Inscribed to Mrs. Truman from the Z.O.A. 
of Seattle. Sept. 25, 1958. Badly tarnished. 
7 3/8"h x 3 3/8" dia. 

Silver vase. Floral pattern around top border "Ruiforcab" 
"Paris" on bottom. Badly tarnished. 6"h x 6 1/8" dia. 

China figure of a young boy. In peasant dress holding a 
garland of flowers. On bottom: "12414" stamp of 
royal crown "Denmark Amager". 5 3/4"h x 3 l/2"w x 3"d. 

Candle holder. Brass with octaganular glass box containing 
leaves and butterflies. 7"h x 4 l/2"w x 3"d. 

Porcelain figure of a farmer. "Made in Denmark" hand 
number "2049". Male figure standing, holding pitch 
fork. Signed by Axe Locher. 10 l/4"hx 4 l/4"dia.(at base) 

Second shelf 

Flowers at the White Hous e by Ruth Montgomery. 
Inscribed by the author. 

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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

Second shelf (cont) 

Story Time Classics by Elled Bundshu 
Paperback, inscribed to Mrs. T by author 

This I Believe by Edward R. Murrow 
Signed (signature illegible) 

Affectionately Yours, George Washington by Thomas J. 
Fleming. Inscribed by Tom Clark. 

From Truman through Johnson, a Documentary History 
by Dr. Herbert Druks. Inscribed by the author. 

A Woman of Quality, Eleanor Roosevelt by Stella K. Hershan 
Inscribed by the author. 

Churchill as Historian by Maurice Ashley. 
Signed by Georgia and Andy Gray 

The First Ladies In Fashion by Randle Bond. 
Signed by the author. 

The Barstow School Through Eighty Years by Catherine P. 
Gilbertson. Signed by the author. 

Wives of the Presidents by Arden Davis Melick. 

Mr. Citizen by Harry S . Truman . Inscribed "From Harry to 
Bess with affection from start to finish. New York 
Sept. 15, I960" 

Harry S . Truman by Margaret Truman 

From Frigates to Flat-Tops by Edward Arpee 

Women and Thomas Harrow by John P. Marquand 

Margaret of Austria by Jane De Iongh. 
Signed "For Daddy. Christmas 1953 Margie" 

Third shelf 

Concerns of a Conservative Democrat by Charles Sawyer. 
Inscribed to HST by the author. 

The Man Who Dared the Lighting : A New Look at Benjamin 
Franklin by Thomas Fleming. Inscribed by the author. 



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SOUTH WALL -BOOK CASE (cont) 

Third shelf (cont) 

Clock radio. White plastic "Teleking" . 6 l/2"x 7" x 5" 

Congressional Directory 1970 . 91st Congress, Second 
Session 

Fourth shelf 

Oxford Number 3 December 1956, Volume XIV . Paperback 

Pocket Congressional Directory, January 1961. Eighty 
seventh Congress 

U.S. Government Printing Office, Congressional Directory , 
March 1959 . Imprinted on cover in gold "Mrs. Harry S. 
Truman" 

same as above: January 1958 

March 1957 
January 1962 
March 1965 
January 1960 

March 1963 (not imprinted) 
January 1962 
March 1963 
January 1962 

And So It Goes by Thomas Longwill Stadden. Inscribed by 
the author. 

Nannie Willock Wallace 

Souvenir Album (autograph book) . Leather bound; belonged 

to Mrs. Truman's great aunt "Nannie" has a series of prints 

by J. McRae throughout the book. Entries date from 1858 through 

1880. Inside cover: "To Nannie from her Brother/December 25, 

1857" 6 3/4"x 8 l/2"x 5/8" 

Fifth shelf 

The Truman Scandals by Jules Abels 

A Prime Minister Remembers by Francis Williams. 
Inscribed: "To a good friend and a great President with 
respect and affection". Signed Attlee 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

Fifth shelf (cont) 

Louis XIV by Vincent Oronin 

The American President by Sidney Human. Inscribed "To 
President Harry S. Truman with warm regards, John L. 
Sullivan, May 11, 1954". Covers mark p. 6-7 and 246-7 

Hilda Lessways by Arnold Bennett 

Inside cover "Emma Proctor Southern Fall 1927" 

The Old Wives Tale by Arnold Bennett. by Arnold Bennett 
Signed "Emma Proctor Southern Fall 1927". Title page 
signed "Bess W. Truman" in pencil. 

Martha, Martha by Patricia McGerr. Inscribed to Mrs. T 
by the author. 

Why England Slept by John F. Kennedy. 1961 edition 

The Armada by Garrett Mattingly 

Perle by Perle Mesta. Inscribed "For my very dear friends 
The President and Bess Truman with much love and affection, 
Perle Mesta" 

A Distant Trumpet by Paul Horgan . Inscribed. 

Norman Rockwell, My Adventures as an Illustrator by Norman 
Rockwell. "To the lady of the house H. J. Talge" 

Congress Its Contemporary Role by Ernest S. Griffith 

The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table by 0. W. Holmes 

They Call Her Lady Bird by Spatz Francis Leighton (Paperback) 

Sixth shelf 

Let's Keep Christmas by Peter Marshall 

Mademoiselle from Armentieres by John T. Winterich 
Inscribed . 

Round River From the Journals of Aldo Leopold by Luna 
Leopold 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

Sixth shelf (cont) 

The Disadvantages of Being a Preacher's Son by E. P. Holmes 
Inscribed: "To a man I always admired even if he hadn't 
been President" 

The Gallant Mrs. Stonewall by Harnett T. Kane 

The Time of the Gringo by Elliott Arnold. Inscribed. 

Beyond the Walls by Ann Boyle. Inscribed. 

George N. Puk and the Fight for Farm Parity by Gilbert C. Fite 

1954-55 Texas Almanac Inscribed from"Travis B. Bryan" 

Diplomat in Carpet Slippers by Joy Monaghan 
Signed inside cover: "Margaret Truman 1953" 

Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace by Harry Elmer Barnes (editor) 

The Return of Lonny Budd by Upton Sinclair. Inscribed by 
the author and his wife. First edition. 

Call Me Lucky by Bing Crosby 

Seventh shelf 

The Pocket Book Magazine . Franklin Watts (editor) (Paperback) 

Drums by James Boyd 

The Red Bishop by Howard Mason 

Tempered Blades by Monte Barrett 

The Montagues of Casa Grande by P.M. Salzer. Inscribed. 

Sunset and Twilight by Bernard Berenson 

The Last Hurrah by Edwin O'Connor 

Beat Back the Tide by Dolores Hitchens 

White Hunter, Black Heart by Peter Viertel 

The River and the Gauntlet by S.L.A. Marshall 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

Eighth shelf (Top - LtoR) 

Something is Missing by Arthur Goodfriend 

The State of Missouri by Walter Williams 

The Army Air Forces, In W.W.I I Vol. Six (Men and Planes) 
Wesley F. Cravan & James L. Cale, editors 

Shellbacks: Sons of Neptunes by Henley E. Combs 
Inscribed by author 

Somebody Up There Likes Me by Rocky Craziano 

Politics in America by D. W. Brogan 

Why Waterloo? by A. P. Herbert 

The Pleasure is Mine by Mircea Vasiliu 

The Troubled Air by Irwin Shaw 

Bent's Fort by David Lavender 

The Compact Bible 

Wake Up or Blow Up by Frank C. Laubach 
1st Middle section - to right 
1st Shelf over stereo - L to R 

As I Saw It by D. R. Fitzpatrick. Inscribed by author. 

Songs Lincoln Loved by John Lair 

♦ Hear the Train Blow by Lucius Beebe & Charles Clegg 
Inscribed to HST "For Harry S. Truman with Affection 
and Respect from a man he "fired" Steve Spingarn, 
Jan. 21, 1953." 

* The Child's Gifts by Blanco, Thomas. Inscribed "For 
Harry S. Truman, this story of faith and hope, from one 
who represents a people to whom he was so instrumental 
in giving such large measure of both. With kindest 
regards. Pres. Munoz Marin. La Fortlaza, San Juan, 
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Christmas 1954". 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

1st Middle section - to right 

1st shelf (cont) 

American Horse-Drawn Vehicles by Floyd Clymer. 
Inscribed to HST 

A Catalogue of the Frederic Remington Memorial Collection 
Inscribed to HST by ? 

Mr. President Blue slipcase edition 

The Living White House 

The White House - Revised ed. 

The White House (2 copies 

Frederick the Great by Nancy Milford 

Catalogue of an Exhibition of Paintins by the Rt . Hon . 
Sir Winston Churchill 

My Life's History. A Loan Exhibition of Paintings by 
Grandma Moses 

Bible : New Standard 

Bible : Family Altar Edition. HST has written: "Property 
of Harry S. Truman by Forest S. Barrett, P.O. Box 2579, 
Dallas, TX Jan. 12, 1951" HST's writing. 

The Note Book Reader of Estate Planning by Solomon Iluber 
Inscribed to HST by author. 

World Power in the Balance by Tibor Mende 

Hazel Rides Again by Ted Key. Inscribed to Mrs. Truman 
from Hazel & Ted Key 

1971 Info. Please Almanac Atlas & Yearbook 

White leatherette photo album. Photos of MTD & Clifton 
Daniel with 1st son, Clifton Truman Daniel 

The Woodmont Story by Henry P. Bridges. Inscribed to HST 
by author 

Chemistry .. .Key to Better Living 

♦U.S. Official Pictures of the World War , 4 volumes 
1st volume has page - above title... have been "Prepared 

under the authority of the pictorial bureau for our daughter 
Mary Margaret Truman. Presented by mother & father for her 
future reference." 307 



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SOUTH WALL BOOK-CASE (cont) 

1st Middle section - to right 

1st shelf (cont) 

On top of shelf 

Jan. 1959 Pocket Congressional Directory 

Gorhara sterling cup, Metropolitan Museum Reproduction 

"Cornelius Vanderhugh-N. Y. about 1695" 
Silver thimble 1 oz. jigger "Only a Thimble Full" 

from Glacier National Park 
Gold tone scissors w/attached small plaque "Ribbon 

Cutting Ceremony, Emery Bird Bundshu, Indep. MO 

Feb. 2, 1959" 

1st Middle section - Over stereo 

2nd shelf - L to R 

The Columbia Historical Portrait of New York by John A. 
Kouwenhoven 

* Glimpses of American History by Gretta & Berger 
Inscribed to Margaret: 

"Dear Margaret: Congratulations to the daughter of an 
illustrous father and mother. It won't be long until 
you will go to the most glorious city in the world. 
While you are there you will learn much about this great 
country of ours. You are a brilliant little girl and I 
trust these "glimpses of Am. history" will add to your 
foundation of knowledge-which is already far in advance 
of a child your age. I expect great things of you, 
Margaret--and some day I know I shall read your "Memoirs 
of Washington." Love and best wishes to any little friend 
from Blevins Davis. Nov. 7, 1934 the day after your Daddy 
was elected to Senate of the United States of America." 

Fasten Your Seat Belts by Ted Key. Inscribed "Greetings 
Slugger! With best wishes to President and Mrs. Truman. 
Ted Key" 

The Hazel Jubilee by Ted Key. Inscribed: "For Mrs. H.S. 
Truman, a loyal friend of Hazel's with best wishes. Ted 
Key, Sept. 1959." 

This I Remember by Eleanor Roosevelt 

Concise Bible Commentary by W. K. Lowther Clarke 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOK CASE (cont) 

1st Middle Section over stereo 

2nd shelf - L to R (cont) 

America's Advocate Robert II . Jackson by Eugene C. Gerhart 

The Traitor and the Spy by James Thomas Fleiner 

In the Cause of Peace by Trygve Lie. Inscribed to HST: 
"Mr. Harry S. Truman, Dear Mr. President, I hope you will 
get a chance to look at my book. My dream is that it will 
serve our common ideas and cause. Yours, Trygve L ? 
Norway, Aug. 9, 1954" 

Power & Policy: U.S. Fgn . Policy & Military Power in the 
Hydrogen Age . Inscribed "To President Harry S. Truman 
with regard and affection, Tom Finletter." Author Thomas K, 
Finletter 

The Life and Likeness of Chas . II by Hasketh Pearson 

Senate Manual , 1961 

Cross-Currents by Forster, Arnold & Epstein. 

1961 World Almanac 

Hawaii: A History by Ralph S. KuyKendall 

The Career of an Improbable Ra scal by W. A. Swanberg 

The Reign of Queen Victoria by Hector Bolitho 

Melbourne by David Cecil 

Pavilion of Women by Pearl S. Buck. Inscribed "Merry 
Xmas, Bess. Lil Rent (?)" 

Henry Ford: A Great Life in Brief by Roger Burlingame 

3rd shelf : R to L 

Saturday Review Reader #3 Paperback 

The Thousand and One Nights; or, The Arabian Nights' 
Entertainment . Signed: "Frank E. Gates, Christmas, 1884" 
also "Bessie Wallace, Independence, Mo." 

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne 
Signed: "Frank Gates Wallace, Dec. 25, 1898." 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

1st Middle Section over stereo 

3rd Shelf (cont) 

The Watcher at the Door by Geoffrey H. Hall 

Freedom Loyalty Dissent by Henry Steele Commager 

I Asked for It by Frances Williams. Inscribed by author. 

Trouble Comes Double by Robert P . Hansen 

The Limits of the Earth by Fairfield Osborn 

The Missing Years by Patricia McGerr. Insc. to Mrs. HST 

Last Clear Chance by Burke Wilkinson 

Paths to the Present by Arthur M. Schlesinger 

Joe Must Go by Leroy Gore 

The Mutual Baseball Manual by Roger Kahn 

♦ The Dictionary of Humorous Quotations by Evan Esar 
Insc. "For Harry S. Truman, with affection & respect 
from a man he "fired" Steve Spingarn. Jan. 21, 1953" 

The Glorius Adventure by Richard Halliburton 

The Way West by A. B. Jr. Guthrie. Insc. to HST by "Otto"." 

Heidi by Johnanna Spyri . "To Marg from Mr. &. Mrs. H. Kerr 
Christmas 1932-25 Dec." 

Many Laughs for Many Days by Irving S. Cobb. Insc. "Harry S 
Truman from Mother Wallace." 

Woodrow Wilson by William Allen White 

Bob, Son of Battle by Alfred Ollivant 

Democracy in the Making by Hugh Russell Fraser. Letter 
inside from G. J. Schoeneman to R. Odum-saying Fraser 
asked him to give book to Marg T. Fraser has inscribed: 
"Margaret Truman, America's only history-minded daughter 
of a President, with the admiration & regards of H. R. 
Fraser, June 11, 1946." 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

1st Middle Section - over stereo 

4th shelf - L to R 

Security fe The Middle East: The Problem: and Its Solution, 
Proposals submitted to the President of the United States 
April, 1954 

Educating for American Citizenship 32nd Yearbook, Am. 
Assoc, of School Administrators. 

Bull Run Rembers by Joseph Mills Hanson. Inscribed to 
HST by author 

The Struggle for Indochina by Ellen J. Hammer 

Washington By-Line by Bess Furman 

Collected Poems by Nick Kenny. Inscribed to F.ST from poet 

The Garden to the Sea by Philip Toynbee 

Hail Columbia by George Sundborg (2 copies) 

A Stillness at Appomattox by Bruce Catton 

Upside Down in a Magnolia Tree by Mary Bancroft 
Inscribed to Trumans by author. 

A Pail of Oysters by Vern Sneider 

Hour of Glory by Robt. Lund. Inscribed to HST by author. 

U.S. Grant and the American Tradition by Bruce Catton 

Cream of Wit by Rod Arkell. Inscribed to HST by author 

Years of the Locust by Loula Grace Erdman 

For Heaven's Sake by Hannah Smith 

Eyewitness in Indo-China by Joseph R. Starobin 

The Great Controversy by Ellen G. White. Inscribed to HST 
Mrs. C. B. Payne 

The Use of History by A. L. Rowse 

Lropia of the Ages by Wm. Henry Branson 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

1st Middle section 

5th shelf 

* The Marx Brothers by Kyle Crichton. p.b. pics on front; 
Signed by "Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Gummo & Zeppo" Inside: 
"From the Marx family, no relation to Karl. McCarthy 
please take notice." 

Immortal Poems of the English Language by Oscar Williams, ed. 

The Massacre of Old Fort Mackinac by Raymond McCoy. Pb 

Gandhi: His Life and Message for the World by Louis Fischer. Pb 

The Art of Teaching by Gilbert Highet. Pb 

American Political Tradition by Richard Hofstadter 

* The Case of the Foot-Loose Doll by Erie Stanley Gardner 
Inscribed to HST by Gardner 

Dark Clouds &. Bronze Stars by Hobart W. Enoch. Inscribed 
to HST by poet. 

Barbed Wire Horizons by Forrest W. Howell 

Three Famous Murder Novels by Bennett Cerf, ed. 

Not by Bread Alone by Vladimir Dudinkev 

The Life of Abraham Lincoln by Stefan Lorant. Inscribed 
to HST by author. 

Life & Scenes in the National Capital by Mary Clemmer Ames 

The Escape of Socrates by Robert Dick 

The End of Innocence by Jonathan Daniels. Inscribed: 
"Dear Boss: I have been enjoyed Jonathan's latest effort 
and think it is his best. Get well soon. Philleo" Ack. 
7-10-54 by Mrs. T. 

First Ladies by Kathleen Drindiville 

The Blessings of Liberty by Zechariah Chaffee 

Judaism in Islam by Abraham I. Kalsh. Inscribed to HST 
by author 



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SOUTH WALL - bookcase (cont) 

1st Middle section 

5th shelf (cont) 

T he Pennsylvania Manual , 1953-1954 

Testimony of Frank Stanton , Pres. Columbia Broadcasting 
System, before Senate Subcommittee #2 on Communications 
June 18, 1954. 

3rd section 

1st shelf - above stereo - L to R 

Engraved crystal by Steuben Glass 

America's Miracle at Work by Wm D. Patterson, editor 

The Age of the Moguls by Stewart H. Holbrook 

The Wit & Wisdom of Franklin D. Roosevelt by M. Meyershon 

♦Volume I - Memoirs (Year of Decisions) Inscribed on 
slipcase "To Bess from Harry". Inside: "To Elizabeth 
Virginia, the loveliest & most beautiful lady in the 
world, from one who has loved her always. Harry" 

Volume II - same ed. as above 

Inscribed "To Bess, with love and effection, from Harry" 

Mr. Citizen - Signed, #47, Special Ed. 

Outsider in the Senate by Clinton P. Anderson. Inscribed: 
"Dear Mr. President: I tried to develop a book dealing with 
ideas and actions for the 3 years I spent in your Cabinet. 
I sincerely thank you and your family for the happiest years 
of my life. Clinton P. Anderson" 

Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Ordeal by Frank Freidel. 
Inscribed to HST: "For Hon. Harry S. Truman with best 
wishes, Frank Freidel" 

My Life in Court by Louis Nizer 

How to Live 365 Days a Year by John A. Schindler 

The National Gallery of Art in Washington by H. L. Cooke. 
Inscribed, "For Mrs. T with love from Jane. Christmas 1970." 

Vol. I & II of Memoirs by HST - 2nd Vol. Inscribed to HST: 
"The first copy off the press for a great President, author 
& friend. Scinerely, Ken McCormick." 

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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

3rd Section 

1st shelf - above stereo (L to R) cont. 

1970 World Almanac 

The Gallant Mrs. Stonewall by Harnett T. Kane. 
Signed "Bess W. Truman" 

Life With Hazel by Ted Key. Inscribed to Mrs. T from 
Ted Key 

Natchez on the Mississippi by Harnett T. Kane. Inscribed 
to Mrs. T. from author 

The Best Humor from Punch #441 of Special Edition 

1st shelf (Piled on top ) 

3 issues American Heritage , Feb. 1972, Aug. 1971, Oct. 1972 

Behind books on shelf : Kodak Camera, folding pocket, Model C 
to use w/Eastman Autographic film. 

2nd shelf (L to R) 

Wooden Willie Insc . by Johnny Gruelle 

"For Margaret from Aunt Connie & Billie-Christmas 1927" 

The Poet Comes in Gladness by Howard Fremont Brown 
Inscribed by author 

The Idea of Development of the Soul in Medieval Jewish Philosophy 
by Philip David Bookstaber. Insc. by author to HST. 

♦ Painting as a Pastime by Winston S. Churchill 
Blue leather, gold trim, beautiful blue & beige marble 
end papers. Insc. "From Winston Churchill to Mr. Truman, 
1949." 

Strange Stories of Words by Geo. F. Schott. 
Insc. to HST by author. 

How to Guess Your Age by Corey Ford 

Education Before Verdun by Arnold Zweig 
Signed "Fred L. Truman" 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

3rd Section 

2nd shelf (cont) 

Lasting Universal Peace Government by Otto Tussing 

With or WithoutRoses by Katie Louchheim. 

Insc. "For Mrs. Truman and the President, with affection 
and admiration from their happy (?) friend, Katie 
Louchheim, Oct. 7, 1966 

Orinoco Adventure by Hector Acebes 

A Short Walk from the Station by Phyllis McGintey. 
Signed by Mrs. T "Bess W. Truman, Dec. 1951 from Mary 
Paxton Keeley" 

One-Way Ticket by Bert & Dolores Hitchens 

The Decline & Fall of Practically Everybody by Wm. Steig 

The Face of Time by James T. Farrell 

Beloved by Vina Delman. 

Insc. "To the President & Mrs. Truman. Bon voyage, Peg & 

Bill Hillman, May 26, 1958. 

My Diary North & South by Wm Howard Russell 
Insc. "Hope to be shooting you soon again — with a camera 
that is. Thought you'd enjoy this book meanwhile - I did. 
Best of everything Bradley Smith *Mrs. Too." 

Confessions of a Grand Hotel: The Waldorf Astoria by Horace 
Sutton . 

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy 

Ambassador's Report by Chester Bowles 
Signed by Bowles. 

India and the Awakening East by Eleanor Roosevelt 

The Truman Years by J. Joseph Huthmacher 

Insc: Jan. 3, 1973. For Mrs. HST, with fond recollection 
of her beloved husband's services on behalf of the people 
of the United States & of the world. J. Joseph Huthmacher" 

Addresses and Messages to the General Court Proclations, 
Official Addresses and Statements of His Excellency Gov. 
Maurice J. Tobin. 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE (cont) 

3rd Section 

2nd Shelf (cont) 

Centennial of Engineering: History & Proceedings of 
Symposia, 1852-1952 

Walter S. Carter by Otto E. Koegel 
Insc. by author 

The First Ladies in Fashion by Randle Bond Truch 
Insc. to Mrs. T by author 

Gunston Hall Yearbook, 1940 (MTD) 

3rd shelf from bottom - L to R 

The Great Streets of the World (1892) 
(contains handwritten letter, HST to Mrs. T, 
Feb. 12, 1944 S Senate stationery, wishing "Bess" 
a Happy Birthday) 

Am. College Dictionary 

The Art of Advocacy by Lloyd Paul Stryker 
Insc. by author 

War in Korea by Marguerite Higgins 
Insc. to HST by author 

Practical Public Speaking by White & Henderlider 
Insc. by author 

The Greatest Faith Ever Known by Fulton Oursler 

Babe Ruth's America by Robert Smith 

The Man Behind Roosevelt: Louis McHenry Howe by Lela Stiles 

Day of Judgment by David Cushman Coyle 

(Wm. D. Hassett's bookplate - inside front cover) 

Alias Babylon by Pat Frank 

A Stillness at Appomattox by Bruce Catton 

Badmen of the Frontier Days by Carl W. Breihan 
Signed by author. 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 
3rd shelf (cont) 

♦ Calculated Risk by Mark Wayne Clark 

Ins. "To my Commander-in-Chief, President HST: I have 
been proud to serve in peace and war under your magnificent 
and courageous leadership. With admiration, from Mark Wayne 
Clark, Nov. 1, 1950" 

Pioneers of American Freedom by Rudolf Rocker 

Time Counts: The Story of the Calendar by Harold Watkins 

Power of Words by Stuart Chase 

Headlines: World War II by Frances P. Kory 
Insc. to HST by author 

Under the Influence by Geoffrey Kerr 

The Mind of the South by W. J. Cash (Paperbook) 

Teacher in America by Jacques Barzun " 

Saturday Review " 

For Thy Great Glory by Richard Feller 

Insc. "To Bess Truman, with warmest good wishes, John 

(Snyder) 1965" 

4th Shelf 

33 Shakespeare Plays, Booklovers Edition, Pub. by 
Univ. Society, New York c.1901 CRed buckram, leather 
spine, individually bound) 

On Top 

Su«J^espeare's Tragedies . Library classic edition. 

Top Shelf #5 - L to R 

Fish and Be Damned by Lawrence Lariar 

Rebuilding the Land of Israel by Gershon Canaan 
Insc. to HST by author 

So'm I by Ted Key 
Insc. to HST by Key 

Sarum Chase by Frank 0. Salisbury 
Signed by author 

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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

Top Shelf #5 (cont) 

The Form & Order of the Service that is to be Performed 

and the ceremonies that are to be observed in the 

Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Abbey Church, 

Tuesday, 2nd June, MCMLIII (one of 100 copies presented to 
HST by Brit. Ambassador. 

Heidi by Johanna Spyri 
Signed by MMTruman 

The G. Washington Book for Children by Mabel Tr . Washburn 

We Are the Little Foxes by H . A. Kazanjian (poetry) 

Truj illo by Abelando R. Nanita 

Sheridan the Inevitable by Richard O'Connor 

Plain People by E . W . Howe 

My Name is Tom Connally by Sen. Tom Connally 

Lee the American by Gamaliel Bradford 
Signed "Harry S. Truman, Aug. 1932" 

Chain Weizmann's 1st President, State of Israel by I . 
Klinov(editor ) 

The Successful Practice of Denistry by S . Joseph Bregstein 
Insc. to HST by author. 

The Vagrant Mood by W. Somerset Maugham 

Roughing It by Mark Twain. Vol I 

Our Miss Boo by Margaret Lee Runbeck 

(Birthday card inside from "Helen" probably Helen Wallace) 

How I Cook It by Virginia McDonald 

Galahad by John Erskine . Signed "Truman, 1926" 

The Life of Empress Josephine by P. C. Headley (c.1854) 

Christine by Alice Cholmondeley 
Signed "Charley (?) 0. Ross, 1917 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

Top Shelf #5 (L to R) (cont) 

The Complete Works of Mrs. Hemans edited by her sister 
Vol. II (c.1852) 

On floor in corner 

Stuck in by stereo - (2 following items) 

1 brown alligator Backgammon set from Abercombie & Fitch, NY 
*1 black box containing Red & Gold leatherbound folio) 

The Book of the Presidents with biog. sketches by Charles H. 
Gosvenor Continental Press, Wash. D.C. 1901. Insc. "The 
Honorable Harry S. Truman 32nd President with Happy Birthday 
wishes from Frank Glenn, May 8, 1955" 

1 cardboard box full of paperback mysteries. 

American Still-life Painting by Wm. H. Gerdts 

The Great Century of British painting, Hogarth to Turner 
by Wm. Gaunt 

Intrigue by Eric Ambler 

The Island Race by Winston Churchill 
Insc. to HST by Jack Smith 

Issue: Art in America , March-April 1971 

1 grocery sack of mysteries, hardbound 
First Ladies Cookboo k 

O n top of Stereo (South Wall) 

Ltr. to "Gammy and Grandpa" May 23, 1963 from Clifton. 
Attached to Clifton Truman Daniel's Kindergarten graduation 
program, Brick Church School - Also letter & copy of Brick 
Church School program fo Harrison, let. dated 5-28-69 

Assorted, unidentified, undated photos of HST, Mrs. T, 
Marg & family at Key West, Florida 

Photos & Letter, Clifton Daniel at the construction site, 
Truman Peace Center, Jerusaleum 

Assorted, undated photos of HST 

Assorted photos of dinner party: Pres. & Mrs. Truman 
Rose Conway Margaret Kurt 

The Soslands (?) Margaret Ann Kurt (M. Kurt's 
which one? daughter) 

" " (fiancee or husband! 

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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

T op of Stereo (cont) 

Mark Twain Wit & Wisecracks , book 
HST was signed on front 

Green leather photo album, loose photos of MTDaniel's 
wedding, April 1956 

Black photo album of photos from Truman/Hallmark Exhibit, 
N.Y. City, 1970 

Photos of Mrs. T. accepting HST commemorative plate at 
Sapper's Gift Shop 

Copy of E. Clifton Daniel's commencement address, Univ. of 
North Carolina, Chapel Hill, June 1, 1970 

♦Photos of V.P. Spiro T. Agnew visiting HST & Mrs. T., 
Research Hospital, Date (?) 

♦Photos of THBenton sketching HST in study of 400 N. 
Delaware. Study for painting "The Old President" Photos 
taken by Randall Jessee 

Framed, signed, watercolor of 219 No. Delaware by Sidney 
Moore 

Pen & ink drawing (1974) of Luke Choplin House, N.W. corner 
of Truman Rd. & Delaware. Signed, grey mat by M.A. Monke, 1974 

Water color, Santa Fe Trail, M.A. Monke 1975, signed. 

A green photo of HST cutting birthday cake in White House 
(no date) 

The Ency. of Witchcraft & Demonology by Robbins, Russell Hope 
Gift of Arthur May to HST 

Blue leather album, blue moire lining, "To the Honorable HST, 
for his help in the fight against infantile paralysis 
Nicholas M. Schenck, Chm." 

1st Middle pile - top of stereo 

1971 Cong. Directory 

The Complete Sherlock Holmes , Vol. I by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 

The Black Moccasin: John Tatsey by Paul T. DeVore 
Signed, numbered #243 or 250, Paul T. DeVore, Editor 



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1st Middle pile - top of stereo (cont) 

Program & Publicity - Winter Convocation, Geo. Wash. Univ. 
Feb. 10, 1975 (M.T. Daniel received Honorary Doctor of 
letters ) 

The Jumping Frog by Mark Twain (paperback) 
HST has signed on front 

Green leatherette album of photos & biog. information, 
Truman Division, Secret Service, c.a. 1973 to present 

2nd Pile - Top of Stereo 

First Ladies of the White House by Gertrude Zeth Brooks 

Copy, 5th Army Fact Sheets, OPLAN Missouri - Harry S. Truman 

Murderess Ink by Dilys Winn 

Insc. to Mrs. T. From Georgia N.C. & Andy Gray, 6 Dec. '79 

Black notebook titled "The White House Preservation Fund" 
Agenda of Oct. 26, 1979 meeting of Board of Trustees, 
Washington, D.C. 

First Ladies Hall , Smithsonian flyer 

Photo: Gen. Omar Bradley at desk shaking hand with 
Gen. Louis Truman 

Truman H.S. Yearbook, 1979 

Photo, M.T. Daniel with other graduates, A. Doniti, 

Sen. Fulbright & (?) Winter Convocation, George Washington 

Dec. '75 

Large photo of MT taking bow on state (no date or place) 

Blue leather folder w/certif icate : "Former members of 
Congress Auxiliary Hon. Life Membership is conferred upon 
Mrs. Harry Truman.... 21 May 1976 

Country Beautiful, The Truman Years 

When You Care Enough by Joyce Hall 
Engraved gift card enclosed, signed "Joyce" 

Black leather box, contains gold Bullova Accutron Desk Clock 
Insc. "To Pres. Harry S. Truman, from Gen. Omar N. Bradley, 
Nov. 4, 1969" (Has Pres. seal (Beautiful clock) 



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2nd Pile - top of stere o ( cont ) 

M arny Clifford's Cookbook (Mrs. Clark) 
insc. "To the Pres. & Mrs. Truman with admiration and 
love always and thank you for your "Blarney Stone Recipe" 
Merry Christmas, Affectionately, Marny" 

Stereo Realist Slide Viewer (doesn't seem to work - no light) 

Baseball autographed by: Fred Vinson 

Alben Barkley 

Harry S. Truman 4-15-52 

Bob Landry (?) 

Harry Vaughan 

Baseball autographed by: Geor. Docking 

J. T. Blair, Jr. 
Arnold Johnson 4-10-59 
H. Roe Bartle 

Piles of letters, postcards, Xmas cards, etc. 

Special leather edition of, A Pictorial Biogra p hy of HST 
Gold lettering on front: "Presented to Mrs. Bess Truman, 
Washington, D.C. 1973" in slipcase. 

From the Prairies by Gail Brook Burket 
Mr. Tr. has written "Thanks H.S.T." 

Small Holman Bible 

Eve by Stuart Symington. Tribute to Eve Wadsworth Symington 
who died in 72 

Eleanor & Franklin by Joseph P . Lash 

2nd-Engraved crystal Steuben Glass 
Copy 

The Grandma Moses Storybook for Boys and Girls 

Small English/German Dictionery - Blue leather 
" " /French " - Red leather 

2 boxes of double mounted slides, Truman's trip to 
Europe, 195 3 

The Horizon Book of the Renaissance 

The Spirit of the Letter in Painting 
Pub. by Hallmark-Nebert Skira creation 
Gift from Joyce & Elizabeth Hall 

Footprints of Allen Dobson in the Sands of Time 

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2 nd Pile - top of stereo ( cont ) 

Green burlap photo album, HST, Mrs. T. & Marg . trip to 
Rio, 1947 (RIO Treaty) 

Program, HST 3rd Annual Award, Dinner & Rally 
Sept. 24-25, 1971, St. Louis, MO. 

providence Hospital, Washington, D.C. Centennial 
Book, 1961-1961 

The Picture History of America by Van Renssalaer, Alexander 

*Mrs. Truman's Daily Reminder, Jan. 1953. Sent to Mrs. T. 
Jan. 3, 1979 by Rev Scouten, Chief Usher 

Leather box, faded red w/Presidential Seal on Top 
"Silver Books, Library of Harry S. Truman, President of 
the U.S., Xmas 1951" (Book inside describing various 
Miniature silver boxes presented by Maury Maverick to HST 
for the Library (ONLY 3 boxes inside) 

Murder Ink by Winn Dilys. Gift to Mrs. T. from the Grays 

Pulling No Punches by India Edwards 

Insc. "To "The Boss" with love and great admiration for 
her and the great man who called her that, India Edwards, 
June 1977" 

My Love Affair with Life by Oscar S. Stauffer as told to 
Ruth Zimmer 

Next Section 

3rd Shelf from bottom: Recordings , 45 rpm, Jose Iturbi 

Columbia, Isaac Stern & David Oistrakh & Phil Orchestra, 
Insc. to HST: "To Pres. Harry S. Truman, a great human being 
and leader, with respect and admiration. Isaac Stern" 

Violin concertoes by Vivaldi & Buck Isaac Stern, Columbia 
records, Prokofiev Violin Concerto #1 and 2. Also inscribed 
to HST 

Vanguard-Eugene List plays Brahms 

Decca: Brilliant Sounds of the Original Piano Quartet 
(Empty jacket) 

WDAF Record: To Trumans from Feeback Family, "The Feeback 
Story, June 9, 1961 Chckwagon Corral, Benjamin Stables, 
K . C . , MO . " 

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3rd Shelf from bottom 

Columbia: Carnegie Pops Program 

Vanguard: Eugene List plays Louis Moreau Gottschalk. 
Insc. to HST by L. 

Columbia: Robert Casadesus plays Mozart 

Columbia: Portrait of a Splendid American. 
A documentary tribute to Dr. Tom Dooley 

Columbia: Isaac Stern, violin - Philadelphia Orchestra: 
Lalo: and Bruch 

Robinson record: "Harry Truman Birthday Documentary, 
May 9, 1959" 

Urania Records: Brokofiev, Symphonic Suite of Waltzes 

Decca: Ruth Slenczynska, pianist, 25th Anniversary 
Program, Insc. to HST by R.S. 

London: music of Von Suppe ' George Solti & London Philharmonic 
Orchestra 

Angel: Giesking plays Mozart 

Unopened brown package of phono, records, inscribed 

"For Pres, & Mrs. Truman with warm admiration, Eugene List" 

Unopened pkg. of records, original words & music by Mary Cohan 
Ronkin (daughter of Geor . M. ) says in the letter to HST that 
"show" portrays famous events in HST's life. 

Vox: Guismar Novaes - Chopin Etuoes 

Angel: Walter Gieseking - complete Mozart works for piano 
solo - Albums I, XI (Jacket empty) 

♦CBS Radio, Dedication of HST Library, July 6, 1957 

Vol. IV - Great masters of the Keyboard. Columbia (includes 
pianists HST had talked about Vladimir de Pachmann, 
Paderowski (empty) 

Columbia: Edward R. Murrow : "I Can Hear it Now..." 45-49 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

3rd Shelf from bottom (cont) 

RCA Victor: Marg. Truman Program. Arthur Fiedler & RCA 
Victor Orchestra 

RCA Victor: Authur Rubinstein Encores 

Columbia: Jose Iturbi Music to Remember 

RCA: Horowitz plays Beethoven & Mozart 

Vox: Guiomar Novae3 plays Chopin Waltzes (Jacket empty) 

Columbia: Adlai Stevenson in conversation with Michaels 

CBS Radio: HST, dinner address, April 30, 1960 

London: Julius Katchen - Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto #1 

B Minor 

Columbia: (Hotpoint TV Dealer "Eleven Presidents Speak" 
Cleveland to Eisenhower 

CBS: Hon. HST, "Political Quiz" May 21, 1957 

RCA Victor: Van Cliburn - Tchaikovsky Concerto £1 

*RCA: Treasury of Immortal Performances: Genius at the 
Keyboard (incl. De Pachmann, Paderewski, Rachmanif of f , 
Albert Schweitzer 

♦Columbia: Josef Hofmann - Golden Jubille Concert, 
Nov. 28, 1937 

♦Camden: The Art of Josef Lhevinne 

Columbia: Hollywood in Rhythm - Ray Conniff & Orchestra 

Mercury : "Waltz with Me to the Music of Strauss & Waltfenel 

Columbia: Robert Casadesus, piano, Commerorat ion, 100th 
Anniversary of Schumann's death, 1856-1956 

Columbia: Eugene Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra, Dvorak, 
New World Symphony 

Book: America's Past in Pencil (Sketchbook of Historic 
Homes) Insc. to Mrs. T. by artist & writer 

The Architecture of St. Joseph by Albrecht Art Museums , 
St. Joseph, Mo. 1974 



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3rd Shelf from bottom (cont) 

RECORDS 

RCA Victor: "The U.S. Navy Band & the Sea Chanters" 

RCA Victor: "U.S. Air Force Band & The Singing Sergeants" 

RCA Victor: U.S. Army Band & the U.S. Army Chorus 

George Jessel presents: "This is my show business" signed 
by GJ 

Audio disc: "Century of Valor" by John Barkley 

Octave: Erroll Carner Close up in Swing 

Kaydan Records: "Your Living Bill of Rights: as 
interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court" (Rec'd produced & 
directed by Stacy Keach) Insc . "To Harry Truman - In 
admiration, Stacy Keach" 

2 copies - London: Mantovani - American waltzes 

Capitol: "Peggy Lee - Blues Cross Country" 

RCA Victor: Arturo Toscanini conducts Verdi's La Traviata 

Columbia: Andre Kostelantez & orchestra, Music of Victor 
Herbert 

RCA Camden: Art Of Harold Bauer, pianist Vol. I 

Mercury: Eugene List, pianist: Howard Hanson &. Eastman 
Rochester Symphony Orchestra. Insc. to HST by E. List 

London: Bizet - London Philharmonic 

RCA Victor: Margaret Truman w/Robert Shaw chorale/ 
American songs 

Decca: Noel Coward Songs sung by Hildegarde (3 record set) 

Columbia Masterworks: Andre Kostelantez Music of Sigmund 
Romberg. Insc. to Margaret from Sigmund Romberg (3 record set) 

RCA Victor: Leopold Stokowski and Arthur Fiedler. Heart of 
the Symphone Ballet and Piano Concerto (13 record set) 45rpm 



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3rd Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Audio Books: Famous Poems (74 poems by 38 authors) 

Audio Books: The Trial of Socrates read by Thomas Mitchell 

RCA Victor: Gems from Sigmund Romberg Shows Vol. II (4 record 
set) 45rpm 

Brunswick: Missouri Waltz "Big" Tiny Little. 45 rpm 

Season's Greetings from Turkey. Music by Turkish 
composers (1-45 rpm) 

RCA Victor: Al Goodman & Orchestra. Selections from 
Guys and Dolls (4 record set) 45 rpm 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances "Folk 
Singers" 

RCA Victor: Bob Ralston plays his most requested songs 
Insc. by Madeline & Paul Rider 1969. Christmas card taped 
to back from Bob Ralston & family 

Christmas card from William R. Hearst III & Austin Hearst I 

20th Century Fox: Original film soundtract of Danyl F. Zanuck's 
"The Longest Day" 33 l/3rpm 

RCA Victor: Margaret Truman w/Robert Shaw chorale - American 
Songs. 33 l/3rpm 

Columbia Masterworks: Piano Music of Chopin Mary la. Jonas. Lp 

" Pittsburgh Symphony - Fritz Reiner Mozart 
Symphone #40 in G Minor 

Columbia: Claude Thornhill & orchestra. Claude Thornhill Encores 

Columbia: Paul Weston - Your Dance Date with 

Mercury Classics: Willem Mengelberg and Amsterdam 
Concertegebow Orchestra. Richard Strauss-Don Juan Tchaikovsky 
Overture 1812 

London: Edmundo Ros & Orchestra, Latin Rythms 

London: Victor Herbert Melodies, Ronnie Munrot Orchestra 

Decca: Jerome Kern Melodies. Decca Salon Orch. 



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3rd Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Decca: Victor Young & Orch. Vol. 2 

MGM : David Rose Serenades 

Columbia Masterworks: Oscar Lavant Plays Popular Moderns 

Columbia: Morton Gould Orch. Do You Remember? 

Decca: Victor Young & His Singing String "April in Paris" 

Decca: New Queenshall Orch. Selectionf from "South Pacific" 
and "Kiss Me Kate" 

Capitol: French National Symphony Orch. Tchaikovsy "Nutcracker 
Suite" 

Decca: Philharmonic Orch. of Z. A. Alfred Wallenstein 
Selections from "Oklahoma!" and "Porgy and Bess" 

Decca: Radio City Music Hall Souvenir Album 

Columbia: "Your Dance Date with Les Brown and his Band 
of Renown" 

RCA Victor: 8 Big Bands "Smoke Rings" 

Columbia: "Eddy Duchin Reminisces" 

Capitol: Ferde Grofe conducts his Grand Canyon Suite 

Decca: Fred Waring "Songs of Devotion" 

Columbia: Carnegie Pops Program II 

Columbia: George Soell & Cleveland Orch. Till Eulenspiegel ' s 
Merry Pranks and Fritz Reiner & Pittsburgh Symphony Orch. 
Richard Strauss Don Juan 

Columbia: Wladimer Selinsky & Salon Orch. Salon music. 

Imperial: Juan Tonado - Samba 

Columbia Masterworks: Oscar Levant plays Popular Moderns 

Decca: Rudolf Friml plays His Own Unforgettable Melodies 

RCA Victor: Margaret Truman & the Robert Shaw Chorale - 
American Songs 

RCA Victor: Wayne King & Orch. Waltzes You Saved for Me 

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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASES 

3rd Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Columbia: Square Dances. Vol. II 

Decca: Meredith Willson & Orch. Clifton Swing. 

Columbia: Xavier Cugat Dance Parade 

Decca: London String Quartet "Stephen Foster Melodies" 

Columbia: Theme Songs of 8 big bands. 

London: Richard Cean & Orch. Melody Time 

Decca: Peter Yoke & his Orch. "The Music of Irving Berlin" 

Audiodiscs: Rev. Sear F. Riepma reading Isaiah: Ch. 40, Psalm 23 
and "Christmas Eve" 

Schneider: Russ Carlyle's Orch. Blue Danube Waltz and "Think 
of Pleasant Things" 

Columbia Masterworks: Saint-Saens Dance Macabre. Dimitri Mitropoulos 
and Philharmonic Ore. of New York 

Capitol: YMa Sumac "Voices of the Xtabay" 

Columbia Masterworks: Kostelantez String 

" Charles O'Connell & Columbia Symp . Orch. 
"Symphony in Brief" 

Columbia: Morek Webert Orch. Schubert Melodies 

White album: United Steel Workers of America - 14 record 
set of the Phil Reagan Show. Insc. by Phil Reagan & Dave 
McDonald 

Decca: Claudio Arrau "The Complete Works for Piano of 
Chopin" 

RCA Victor: Arturo Toscanini conducts Puccinis' La Boheme 
Feb- 1946 

RCA Victor: "Waltzing with Romberg" Insc. by Sigmund Romberg 
(4 record set) 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

3rd shelf from bottom (cont) 

U.S. Dept. of Interior Radio Section: Margaret Truman 
w/the Detroit Symphony. Recorded March 14, 1947 
"Last Rose of Summer" , "1st Irish Rhapsody", Charmant Oiscau 
Prelude & Love Death from Tristan & Isolde Cielito Lindo 

Phillips-Sample Record: The Royal Male Choir of Holland 
singing various selections (4 record' set) 

♦Mutual Broadcasting System: The Truman Train 10/24/48 
(3 record set) 

I. Arthur Goldman 11/30/48 

Sonic: Ervin Laszlo, pianist, playing Liszt, Mendelsson, 
Albeniz, Chopin, Mozart. Insc . by pianist. 

Angel: Macuzynski, pianist, Chopin, Mazurkas & Polonaises 

Angel: Malcuzynski , pianist. Chopin Piano Concerto #2, 
Tantaisie in F Minor Op . 49 

CBS Radio Network: HST addressing Democratic Farm Labor 
Party Dinner, January 14, 1956 

American Broadcasting Co.: President Truman, San Francisco 
Conference 

Columbia: Gregor Piatigorsky, Cello. Chopin Sonato in G minor 

Electro-Vox: First Degree by Mischa Bakaleiviekof f 

Angel: Walter Gieseking, pianist - Claude Debussy 15 Piano 
pieces 

Sunset: Wild Bill Hickok and Jingles on the Santa Fe Trail 

RCA Victor: Ormandy & Slokowski & Philadelphia Orch. and 
Sergei Rachmanioff. 4 Concertos & Rapsody on a Theme by 
Paganini 

Columbia Masterworks: George Szell Cond. Robert 8c Gaby 
Casadesus, pianists. 2 Mozart Piano Concertos 

Decca: Wurttemberg State Orchestra - Brahms, Varitiori on a 
Theme by Haydn Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orch. Franck Symphonic 
Vatiat ions 



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3rd Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Discuriosties : The Investigator 

Columbia: The Confederacy (Based on Music of the South 
1861-65) by Richard Bales 

London: Rimsky-Korsokov-Scheherazade Ernest Ansermet Cond. 

London: Julius Katchen, piano. Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto P2 

Mercury Classics: Beethoven Piano Concerto #5 in E b . Emperor 

Decca: A Chopin Piano Recital, 3 pianists 

Mercury: Abram Chasins Plays his own compositions and operatic 
Transcriptions 

Decca: Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians . Program time. 

RCA Victor: Jascha Heifetz plays Beethovens Spring Sonata 
and Mozart's Sonata #8 in C 

Columbia Masterworks : Igor Stravinski. Conducting and playing 
his own works 

Columbia: Great Masters of the Keyboard 

Decca: George Gershwin, "An American in Paris" and "Rhapsody 
in Blue" 

Columbia Masterworks: "I Can Hear it Now..." Vol. 2 1945-1949 
Recordings of famous people & events. (2 of same record) 

Columbia Masterworks: Patter Songs from Gilbert & Sullivan 
Nelson Eddy, Baritone. 

RCA Victor: Artur Rubenstein, Jascha Heifets & Emanuel Fevermann 
Beethoven Trio #7 in B b , Op. 97 

RCA Victor: Rubinstein piano - Toscanini Cond. Beethoven 
Concerto £3 in C minor of 37 

Voices of Freedom 1901-1950. Actual voices of W. J. Bryant, 
Taft, T. Edison, etc. 

Saturday Review: A Lincoln Preface by Carl Sandeberg 

Columbia Masterworks: Pablo Casals. 2 Bach sonatas for Cello 

#1 and P2 

London: Orchestral Concert. Selections from several operas 
L'orchestre de la Swisse Romande. (No record in jacket) 

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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

3rd shelf from bottom (cont) 

CBS Radio Network: HST address to N.W. Regional Conference 
of Democrats, June 11, 1955. Card of Frank Stanton clipped 
to jacket. 

Columbia Masterworks: Modern Band Festival Leeds Concert 
Band. Cond. Peter Todd 

Columbia: Dvorak Symphony #4 in G major. Bruno Watter, Cond. 

Columbia Masterworks: Piano Music of Edward MacDowell 

Decca: George Gershwin Music - Paul Whiteman & Concert Orch. 

Columbia: "This I Believe" presenting personal philosophies 
of thoughtful people (including Harry S. Truman) 

Disco Recording: A Song of Missouri by Susie Belle Fein 

Reference Recording NBC "Walkin* to Missouri" (Guidiron '52) 

Mercury: "I Wish I had a Daddy in the White House" Kitty 
Kallen & George Sirava's Orch. 

78' s- 3 records - Excerpts from Demo. State Convention from San Antonio, 
Texas, 1952. 78rpm 

Hollywood Central: May 29, 1951. Aircheck KNX and Bekin's Show 

Campaign song on record: "Don't Let 'Em Take It Away!" 
Transcript of words enclosed. 

Sound Studios: 2 records, Part 1 & 2. Arthur Godfrey. 
Insc. by Leo DeOrsey 

RCA Custom-made Records: This is America. Parts 1-10 (10 records) 
Part 9- Margaret Truman & Leonard Warren singing a duet 

Unknown content "Played Once" 

Photo & Sound. Chopin Polonaise in A . Ruth Slenczynsci 
(Inscribed by) 

Midwestern Recording, K.C., MO: Naomi Scovel "Incessant 
Prayer & Bubbling UP" 

Record with out label. On jacket HST wrote: "Record made on 
the/train going to dedication of /Grand Coulee Dam. /Charlie Ross/ 
Bert Andrews/Silvester/Sent to me for Christmas/by Bert Andrews." 

ARA' 

' .Phil Harris Orchestra - Jelly Bean/The Dark Town Poker 

Club. "From Annette" written on jacket. 

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3rd shelf from bottom (cont) 

RCA Victor: Phil Harris & Orch. "Loaded Pistol, Loaded Dice/ 
Now You/ve Gone and Hurt My Southern Pride" 

Seeco: Bobby Capo-De Ti Enamora Neustro Regimento 

♦Midland Recording: Sen. Truman Address, Feb. 22, 1941 
(2 record set) 

♦Apollo: The Four Blues - Honey Chile/It Takes a Long Tall Brown 
Skin Gal. Inscribed: "Memories of the 129 F.A. Band'. Each morning 
at 4:30 a.m. /Camp Doniphan/Ft. Sill, Okla. Arthur W. Wilson" 

Midwestern, K.C. , MO: Naomi Scovel (2 songs) 9-21-50 

b 
*1 record - George Gates playing Beethoven's Sonata in A Scherzo 

and Chopin's Etude Op. 10 

Second Set - The Antlers (Barbershop Quartet) Vol. 1 
Inscribed by members of the Antlers 

RCA Victor: Margaret Truman & The Robert Shaw Chorale 
American songs. 4 record set 

Seva: Roman-Vatican Choir 
4 record set 

Rexford: "This is our America" set. Records in blue leather 
gold embossed folder - to HST 

International: Vincent Lopez & his piano and Hotel Taft Orch. 
3 record set - to Pres . HST 

Victor: Jose Iturbi "Music to Remember" from the life of 
Chopin 

Columbia: Champ Butler - 8 record set in red leather folder. 
Insc. "Presented to President HST/The White House/Feb. 1952" 

Columbia Masterworks : Oscar Levant-piano, Andre Kostelante 
cond . - Gershwin Concerto in F 

Columbia Masterworks: Oscar Levant piano & Eugene Ormandy & 
Phila. Orch. Gershwin 's Rhapsody in Blue 

Columbia Masterworks: Arthur Rodzinskit & Philharmonic 
Symph . Orchestra of NY "An American in Paris" 

Columbia Masterworks: Arthur Rodzenski & Cleveland Orch. 
Tshaikovsky: Symphony #5 in E minor 



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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

3rd shelf from bottom (cont) 

Columbia Masterworks: Efrem Kurtz & P.S. Orch . of N.Y. 
Khachaturian-Gayne- Ballet Suites #1&2 

RCA Victor: William Kopell, piano & Boston Symp . Orch. 
Serge Koussevitzky , cond. Khatchaturian - Concerto for 
piano & Orch. 

Columbia Masterworks: Milhand - Saudades do Brazil Concerto 
#4 for piano & Orch. 

London: Gilbert & Sullivan Overtures 

RCA Victor: Leopold Stokowski-Wagner . Music from Tristan 
and Isolde 

Decca: Modern American Music played by Meredity Willson & 
Orch. 

♦Columbia: Great Masters of the Keyboard - famous composers, 
playing their own works. Vol. I-V (Dupl. I, II, III) 

Decca: Lili Kraus, piano - Mozart Concerto #18 in B Major & 
Sonata in C Major and Schubert Lander Op. 18 

Columbia Masterworks: Bizet - Carmen excerpts. George 
Sebastian, cond. 

Columbia Masterworks: Mozart - Concerto in E" major and 
Concerto #7 in F major 

Goodyear Columbia: Best of the Great Songs of Christmas by 
Great Artists of our time. 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances "Colombo, 
Crosby, Sinatra" (3 records) 

E. Caruso, Lotte Leman, etc. (4 records) 

RCA Victor: Artur Rubenstein. Rachmaninoff "Rhapaosy on a 
Theme of Gaganini . (3 records') 

RCA Victor: Horowitz-Beethoven Moonlight Sonata (2 records) 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances. Magic 
Strings, Casals, Segovia, etc. (3 records) 



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STUDY (cont) 

SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

3rd shelf from bottom (cont) 

RCA Victor: Artur Rubenstein - Chopin Concerto #2 in F. Minor 
(4 records) 

RCA Victor: Arturo Toscanini - Schubert Symphony #9 in C 
(6 records} 

RCA Victor: Irving Berlin.' s "Call Me Madam" w/Dinah Shore 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances-Theme Songs 
(of 6 Big Band Leaders) 3 records 

*RCA Victor: Jasha Heifets - J.S. Bach Concerto in D Minor 
for 2 violins. Heifetz plays both parts! 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances "Small Combo 
Hits" Benney Goodman, Artie Shaw, etc. (records-3) 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances - Golden Age 
Ensemble (Opera Ensembles) 4 records 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances - "Keyboard 
Kings of Jazz" Count Basie, Duke Ellington, etc. (3 records) 

RCA Victor: Chopin Favorites played by the First Piano Quartet 
3 records. 

RCA Victor: Booth Tarkington's Seventeen -5 records 

RCA Victor: Arturo Toscanini-Hadyn "Clock" Symphony No. 101 
in D. NBC Symphony - 4 records 

RCA Victor: Arturo Toscanini-Wagner ' s Parsifol - 3 records 
NBC Symphony 

London: Gilbert & Sullivan excerpts from Yeomen of the Guard, 
The Mikado, The Gondoliers 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances. Caruso sings 
Light Music - 4 records 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances. Golden Voices 
Sing Light Music - 5 records 

RCA Victor: Arturo Toscanini & NBC Symphony Orch. Mozart 
Divertiments #15 - 4 records 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances. Chaliapin 
as Boris - 3 records 

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SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

3rd shelf from bottom (cont) 



45rpm Records 

RCA Victor: Artur Rubinstein. Appassionata by Ludwig Van 
Beethoven - 4 records 

RCA Victor: Vlandinir Horowitz Piano Music of Chopin & Liszt 
5 records 

RCA Victor: Arturo Toscanini & NBC Symphony Orch. Beethoven Lenore 
Overture #3-2 records 

RCA Victor: Al Goodman & Orch. HMS Pinafore, Gilbert & Sullivan 

5 records 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances. Sacred Songs 

6 records 

RCA Victor: Jascha Heifetz - Mendelsson Concerto in C Minor 
Op. 64 (records missing) 

RCA Victor: Margaret Truman & Robert Shaw Choral - American Songs 
4 records 

RCA Victor: Vladimir Horowitz - Monssongsky Pictures at An 
Exhibition - 8 records 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances "Dance Band Hits" 
3 records 

RCA Victor: Sir Thomas Beechan, Cond. Royal Philharmonic Orch. 
Delius Brigg Fair - 2 records 

RCA Victor: V. Horowitz - Piano Music of Mendessohn - 2 records 

RCA Victor: 3 Paganini-Liszt Etudes-Ruth Slenczynska (Insc. by 
pianist) 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances - Golden Duets 
6 records 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances - Genius at the 
Keyboard (1 record Jose Iturbi, pianist) - 3 records 

RCA Victor: Artur Rubenstein Chopin Sonata in B Minor, Op. 35 

3 records 

RCA Victor: V. Horowitz-Works by Chopin & Mendelssohn 

4 records (in empty Heifetz box) 

RCA Victor: Arthur Rubenstein-Liszt Concerto #1 in E 
2 records (also in Heifetz box) 

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-43- STUDY (cont) 

SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

3rd she lf fr om bottom ( cont ) 45 rpm 

RCA Victor: Jose & Amparo Iturbi - Gershwin "Rhapsocy in 
Blue" - 2 records 

RCA Victor: The first Piano Quartet - The Music of Ernesto 
Lecunona - 3 records 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances - Wagner 
5 records 

RCA Victor: A Treasury of Immortal Performances - Caruso 
7 records 

RCA Victor: Harp by Harpo Marx - 3 records 

♦Audiotape - Reel to Reel - Hon. Harry S. Truman - Democratic 
Dinner - Washington, D.C. 

LP Josef Fidelman Plays Recital #2 Beethoven Sonata Op. 57 
Appassionata & Chopin Ballade & Etudes (Urania Stereo) 

RCA Victor: Keyboard Giants of the Past, Paderewski, 
de Paohmann, etc. (2 copies) 

Dot: A Liberache Christmas 

Columbia: The Great Songs of Christmas. Album III 

Custom made by Polymax: The Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: 
Ferruccio Busoni Performs in 1905. 33 l/3rpm 

The Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: DeBussy Performs in 1913 
Ravel Performs in 1913 (reverse) 

The Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Josef Hofmann Performs 
in 1913 

The Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Paderewski Performs in 1906 
Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven (reverse: Paderewski Performs in 
1906 - A Chopin Program 

The Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Granctdos Performs in 1913 
(reverse): Grenados Performs in 1913, DeFalla Performs circa 
1906 

7th Section - 6th Shelf (cont) 

The Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Leschetizky Performs 
in 1906 

The Welte Legacy of Piano Treasures: Dr. Richard Straues 
Performs in 1906 3 ~ 7 



-44- STUDY (cont) 

SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

7th Section - 6th Shelf (cont) 

♦Piano recital by John Ross Truman. Truman Library May 12 
1950. 33 1/3 microgroove 

♦Folkways Records: Alben W. Barkley Tells His Own Story 
"Veep". Interviewed by Sidney Shallet 

London Records: Johnann Strauss Die Fledermaus (The Bat) 
2 records in box 

Mercury: Tchaikovsky La Belle Av Bois Dormant: The Sleeping 
Beauty - 2 records & text in binder 

Angel Records: Chopin Withold Malcuzynski "Malcuznski Plays 
Chopin" 

^ote: See Page 44a (omitted) 

West Wall, Behind Door - Top Shelf 

Kredel, Fritz and Frederick P. Todd. Soldiers of the American 
Army 1775-1954 

American Heritage , April, 1955 

Mantignoni, Margaret E. Illus. Treasury of Children's Literature 

Kantor, McKinley. Andersonville . Signed, 1st Edition (in red 
slipcase) 

Durkin, Joseph T., S. J. Stephen R. Mallory's Confederate 
Navy Chief . Inscribed by Durkin to HST of Georgetown Univ. 

Leatherbound : Bible , Book of Mormon, Doctrine of the Covenants 
(all in one vol.) Salt Lake City, Utah 

Official Manual , State of Missouri 1957-58 

Ostrow, Albert A. The Complete Card Player Hands Across the 
Table . Signed twice by HST 

Postage Stamps of the U.S. Issued by the Post office Dept . , 
July 1, 1847-June 30, 1949 . Signed by Jesse M. Donaldson, 
Postmaster General. 

Election Laws of Indiana 1954 Political Calendar & Party Rules 

Gardner, Hy Champagne Before Breakfast 
Inscribed to Mr. & Mrs. Truman by author 

Bristow, Given Jubilee Trail . Signed "Bess W. Truman, 1951" 

Andrews, Stankey, The Farmer's Dilemma . Insc. to HST by Andrews 

338 



-44a- STUDY (cont) 

7th Section - 6th Shelf (cont) 

Columbia: Edward Kilenyi Chopin Sonata No. 2 in B Flat Minor 
(OP 35) and Mazurka No. 6 in A Minor (Op. 7, No. 2) 

6th Shelf Books 

Shirer Wm . L, The Rise & Fall of the Third Reich 

Wall, Joseph Frazier, Henry Watterson: Reconstructed Rebel 

The Joseph C. Lincoln Reader 

La Farge , Oliver, Santa Fe : The Autobiography of a South - 
western Town 

Cohen, Myron, Laughing Out Loud 

The Armchair Esquire 

The Statesman's Year-Book 1961-62 

David, Paul T., Goldman, Ralph M. , Bain, Richard C, 
The Politics of National Party Conventions (review copy) 

The Gallery of the Academy of Florence (Pamphlet - guide book) 

Chaplin, Charles, My Autobiography 



339 



-45- STUDY (cont) 

SOUTH WALL - BOOKCASE 

West Wall, Behind Door - Top Shelf (cont) 

The History of the United States Flag 

2nd Shelf 

(P.B.) Cassirer, Ernst, An Essay on Man 

(P.B.) Conant , James B. Modern Science and Modern Man 

(P.B.) Riesman, David, Nathan Glazer and Revel Denney 
The Lonely Crowd 

(P.B.) Cash, W. J. The Mind of the South 

B. Franklin (Collection of quotations) 

Lowell, Juliet Dear Mr. Congressman 

Franklin, B. On True Happiness 

B. Franklin Wit 

B. Franklin: The Way to Wealth 

B. Franklin: The Art of Virtue 

Evans, Wm. A., Ph. D. Get Acquainted With Your Unconscious 

Potter, Stephen: Theory & Practice of Gamesmanship 
Inscribed: "Remember the play? Here's how to become an expert 
like Daddy - and how to make people nervous at lunch.' Jeff Jones' 

Howe, Quincy and A. M. Schlesinger, Jr. Guide to Politics, 1954 

Diary for 1956 - Empty 

Texas Almanac 

Rachlis, Eugene: They Came to Kill: The Story of 8 Nazi 
Saboteurs in America 

Brennan, Robt . Allegiance . Insc. by author to HST 

Amrine, Michael: This is Humphrey 

Minnigerode, Meade: Marie Antoinette's Henchman 

Human Tech. Applied 

Beach, Stewart (wrote intro) This Week's Short Short Stories 
Insc. to Mrs. T by Mr. Beach. 

McMinies, Mary: The Visitors 

340 



-46- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall, BOOKCASE, Behind Door 

2nd shelf (cont) 

Many a Good Crusade: Memoirsof Virginia Glldersleeve 
Insc. by author to HST 

3rd Shelf 

U.S. Congress :Senate: Review of the U.N. Charter . 83rd 
Cong. , 1st Session 

Mayne, Bernard: The Great Atomic Disaster 
Insc. to HST by author 

Schumann, Alfred R.: No Peddlers Allowed 
Insc. to HST by author 

Jones, Joseph M. : The Fifteen Weeks 
Insc. to HST by Joseph M. Jones 

Bowles, Chester: The New Dimensions of Peace 

Streit, Clarence K.: Freedom Against Itself 

Is the Common Man Too Common? 

Simpson, Herbert Spencer: Thoughts Along the Way 

Edelman, Katherine: Shamrock fc Prairie Grass (poetry) 

Fergusson, Harvey: The Conquest of Don Pedro 

Russele, Wm. Howard: My Diary: North fc South 

Mrs. T. has written: "Chick' from Judge Charles F. 

McLaughlin, Wash. D.C." 

Holden, Genevieve: Sound an Alarm 

Upfield, Arthur: Death of a Lake 

Moyer, Paul E. The Case For Peace 

Steeholm, Clara & Hardy The House at Hyde Park 
Insc. to HST by authors 

VanderPost, Laurens: The Dark Eye in Africa 

Ernst, Morris L. Utopia 1976 

Insc. to HST "For My President" by Ernst 

Benson, Ben: The Girl in the Cage 



341 



-47- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall, BOOKCASE - Behind Door 

3rd Shelf (cont) 

Armour, Richard: It All Started with Columbus 

Mr. T. has written: "From Mrs. Hester Graham Cleary, 

Santa Rosa, Calif." 

Webber, E. F. United Nations Exposed 

Paperbacks: (behind other books) 

Warren, Robt . Penn: Short Story Masterpieces 

Donner, Frank J.: The Un-Americans 

DeMotte, Warren: The Long-Playing Record Guide 
Insc. to HST by author 

On top of books, metal slide box 

♦Slides from James P. Davis, D.C. Ack. 5/21/48 
Slides of Pros, trip - Puerto Rico, St. Croix, St. Thomas 
(Possibly trip to visit Judge Hastie, when Hastie was 
Governor of ) 

4th Shelf 

*3 volumes (made to look like book) of Photos (Stereographic 
Library - Lowell Mason 

Vol. I - The President 
Vol. II - Mrs. Truman 
Vol. Ill - Marg. Truman 

Book of Poetry (cover gone) Note inside "David to Madge" 

Lying doen on shelf: Thomas Elmer Financial Engineering 
Insc. to HST by author 

Stacked on top: Whyte & Mackay's Blended Scotch Whiskey 
(21 years old) Glasgow. 4/5 (sealed) 

Seagram's Crown Royal Whiskey (sealed) 4/5 in felt sack 

Framed items on top of books: 

M. Truman's Diploma, B.A. Geo. Wash. Univ. 

May 29, 1946 

M. Truman, Eighth Graduation, Gunston Hall, 

Wash. D.C. , May 31, 1938 

M. Truman's "Junior Certificate" George Wash. 

Univ. - Graduation from Junior College, May 31, 1944 

On top: Leather, blue, Mr. President - in slipcase 



342 



-48- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall - Behind Door 

5th Shelf 

3 automatic Canasta Shufflers 

1 Score Pad 

1 Straw dust broom - made w/colored straw or wheat 

1 Plex. name plate "Harry S. Truman" 

1 Alabaster (beige & white) turtle 

1 Plastic papoose 

1 Peg board (?) 

1 Black Esterbook pen w/Presidential seal 

1 Emerson radio & clock in brown leather case 

6th Shelf 

1 Seth Thomas clock - winding w/key - metal, Round face w/ 

bell attached underneath 
Ashtrays: 1 silver ashtray from "21" 

1 " " bearing inscription "Monsieur 

et Madame F. Geneve & Monsieru et Madam Harry 

Truman avec leurs sentiments les meillers et les 

plus devoues" 
Ashtray from N. S. Savannah "World's First Nuclear 

powered ship" 
White china ashtray w/green tray (on back): "A Four 

Season's Design, Sterling, China: 
Small silver ashtray s/serpant & small handle 
1 glass "House of Reps" ashtray - signed by Dick 

Boiling 

1 small trowel "To Cement our Friendship-J.M. Butts Company 
Atlanta, Georgis #700" 

1 5/sided leather, black, match holder, w/lid 

3 Seashells 

1 leaf-shaped Monkey-pod bowl 

1 Brass dipper "China" painted enamel handle 

1 Ashtray w/painted street scene "Hotel Ottoni Chenonceaux 
Telig, Bidault, Ligny Loiret, France" 

1 Ruffled, yellow & Milk glass ashtray 

1 Round, Taylor Stormoguide, brass 

Brass ashtray, signs of Zodiac "Made in Korea" 

2 Boxes of HST's Crane's stationery 

1977 Norman Rockwell Mother's Day Plate "Faith" #29418 

343 



-49- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall - Behind Door 

6th shelf (cont) 

1 Wedgewood pin dish, blue & white - Wm. Shakespeare 

*1 Wedgewood pin dish, blue & white - HST 

2nd section (Bottom to top) 

1st Shelf - Records 

*3 recordings "Hi Jinx: The Truman Story" From Tex & Jinx 
McCrary, Jan. 19, 1949" 

*2 records "The Truman Train" 10/24/46 

*3 records "Hi Jinx Show M,, Miss Bankhead" 12-13-48 

4-78 records of religious songs sung by baritone Oscar 
Hederstrom, Carleton Shaw, Organist 

1 Tivoli recording, July 14, 1958, Copenhagan 

1 Bobby Sabatino Orch. "I'm Gonna Hang Up Mommy's Stocking" 

Album - 4 records "Princeton Step Songs" 
1 recording blank 

1 Recording "My Missouri" U.S. Air Force Band 

*1 ABC, M. Truman w/Detroit Symphony "The Last Rose of Summer" 
3/16/47 

*1 ABC M.Truman w/Detroit Symphony, Soprano aria from "Pearl 
of Brazil" 3/16/47 

*1 Same as above "Celito Lindo" 
Other side "Charmante Oiseau" 

1 Blank disc w/"M.T." on label 

*1 Recording, WTZ , 12/20/49 M. Truman, "Omio Bambino Caro", 

"0 Little Town of Bethlehem", "Oh Come All Ye Faithfull", 

"Silent Night", & "America". HST has written name of donor- 
"Bad Recording" 

*1 KCMO Broadcasting Co. "Marg Truman at Carnegie Hall, ABC, 12/20/48 
"America the Beautiful" , "Silent Night" 

1 Stan Freberg & Daws Butler "Person to Pearson" 

RCA Heritage Series: Louise Homer & Enrico Caruso 

1 Westminster Reed Paul Creston: Symphony, #2 & Symphony #3. 
Howard Mitchell conducting The National Symphony 

344 



-50- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall - Behind Door 

2nd Section, bottom shelf (cont) 

1 Betty Tyson interviews w/Mrs . Fred Vinson, Station WOL, 
Wash. , D.C. 

1 Sheet music & recording - words & music & voice by Janeli 
"Take a Little Time to Pray" 

*1 Reed, from Korean Community Hour Radio 4-18-53, KPOA, 
Honolulu (Re HST & Mrs.T & Marg trip to Hawaii, Ed Pauley's 
Island) 

♦Edward Roche, KCMO recording "Interview w/M. Truman & 
Dorothy Crewe, 12/14/47 

*KCM0 record, M.Truman at Carnegie Hall, ABC, 12/20/49 "0 
Mio Bambino Caro","0 Little Town of Bethelam","0 Come All 
Ye Faithful" 

1 blank record disc. 

*1 Roche Reed. KCMO, MT "Non So Piu Cosa Son" from "Le Norze 
di Figaro" Mozart 

♦M.T.- "The Last Rose of Summer" Detroit Symphony 3/16/47 

1 Columbia, Dorothy Shay, "I've Been to Hollywood" 

1 Capitol, Andy Russell, "My Best to You" 

RCA Heritage Series: 

1. Olympia Boronat 

2. Fernando De Lucia 

*( 1 WOR recording of "HST's Kaltenborn imitation" 

3. Janet Spencer 

♦(Audio disc, recording blank-Miss Mary Jane Truman, 
Electrical Living Show, Elvins, MO 1949) 

4. Maurice Renaud 

5 . Louise Homer 

6. G. Mario Sammarco 

7. Freda Hempel & Pasquale Amato 

8. John McCormack 

9. Emily Destinn 

10. Charles Dalmores 

11. Ernestine, Schumann-Heink 

12. Selections w/various stars of 1910-1912-Faust & Rigoletto 

*WSBA, York, Pa. -Reed. "The World at Midday" Truman membership 
presentation. Hess, Hensel, Moser. 



345 



-51- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall - Behind Door 

2nd Section, bottom shelf (cont) 

♦1-WNOE "Special Dixieland arrangement for Pres . Harry S. 
Truman by New Orleans' Dixieland Jamboree Band" delivered 
by Jocelyn Aube, Queen of Crowley Rice Festival. 
"Missouri Waltz" 

Reed. Remarks of Mayor O'Dwyer at Alfred E. Smith Memorial 
Dinner, NY City, 10/21/48 

CBS "D.C. Dateline" 2/27/48 

Rochill Record - Debussy "Fireworks" by Vera Franceschi 

1 RCA Heritage - Mattia Baltishni 

1 Bottle of Cointreau (sealed) 

1 Imitation mother-of-pearl donkey (one foot broken) 
8"long x 6 3/4"high 

1 metal w/fired ceramic ashtray. Signed (can't read signature) 
and date 1973 

2nd section - 2nd shelf from bottom 

1 RCA 45rpm record player, in beige leather pigskin case 
Assorted paper clips, rubber bands, string 

2 chrome Zippo lighters: 1. Schlitz emblem. Insc. "Presented 
to the Kansas City Baseball Committee" 

2. Moslem Temple Detroit, Marvin G. Lane Potentate, 1955 

*1 Sterling ashtray, Inscribed: "1948, HST, MJK" 4" dia. 

♦One brass oval w/scene on front (looks like old WWI item) 
3"long x 1 l/4"wide X l/2"deep. Looks like pocket container 
for something 

1 Mexican Sterling tray inscribed: "Recuerdo Viaje del 

Presidente Truman. A Mexico Marzo 1947. American Airlines 
5 3/4"x 4" 

1 small, 3 footed sterling dish, beaded design around edge 
3"dia.x l"high 

1 Chrome, spring, letter holder with brass eagle 

1 small Staffordshire china flowers in vase, violets, for 
the month of February 

1 Audiotrol table radio 



346 



-52- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall - Behind Door 

2nd section - 2nd shelf from bottom 

1 - 1884 USA Penny cufflink 

1 Book: Judd, Frances K. The Strange Echo . Inscribed: 
"Margaret Truman from Mother, for Christmas 

2nd section - 3rd shelf from botto m (right to left) 

Lloyd, D.D. The Sirens Let Him Go . Signed: "Bess w. Truman" 

Jones, Olga Churches of the Presidents in Washington . 
Inscribed to the Trumans from author 

Twain, Mark: Report from Paradise . Inscribed: "For the 
one man in the world who can appreciate this 'masterpiece' 
It's a first edition - From your friend, Frank Glenn" 

Evans, Richard L. , An Open Road 

Harris, Rev. Frederick Brown: Prayers Offered by the Chaplain 
of the Senate of the U.S. Inscribed to Trumans from Rev. & 
Mrs . Harris 

Farrar, Ronald T. R elucant Servant, The Story of Charles G. Ross 

Diamond, E. Grey, MD More Than Herbs and Acupuncture . Mr. T 
has written "Truman" 

Thayer, Mary Van Renssalaer Jacqueline Kennedy: The White 
House Years 

Snell, John L. & Forrest C. Pogue, et.al, editors, The 
Meaning of Yalta 

Willets, Gilson, Inside History of the White House 

Schoonover, Lawrence The Quick Brown Fox 

Acheson, Dean, Present at the Creation . Inscribed: "To 
Harry S. Truman with total respect & devotion from one 
whose proudest boast & great happiness was to have served 
under him. Dean Acheson, Sept. 3, 1969" 

Whi Hon, Mary Ormsbee , First First Ladies, 1789-1865 

1969 World Almanac 

Morgan, Donald D. Congress and the Constitution 



347 



-53- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall - Behind Door 

2nd section - 3rd shelf from bottom (right to left) cont 

Caldwell, Taylor Great Lion of God 

Burns, James MacGregor, To Heal and Build: The Programs 
of Lyndon B. Johnson . "For the Hon. & Mrs. HST with our 
gratitude for many things, and our devotion - Lady Bird 
and Lyndon B. Johnson (both signed) Merry Xmas , I960" 

Mommsen, Theodor, The History of Rome (fell down behind books) 

Piled on top : 

Paine: Mr. Rabbit's Wedding . Inscribed: "Margaret Truman, 
Feb. 17, 1930" MT has scribbled "from Aunt Mee and Undle Daw" 

Ames, Delano, Coffin for Christopher 

4th shelf from bottom (L to R) 

Randolph, Vance, Collector & Editor, Ozark Folksongs (published 
by State Hist. Soc. of MO, 1946) w/illustrations by THBenton 
(4 vols. ) 

11 vols, of the Collected works of George Eliot 

Link, Henry, The Return to Religion . Insc. to Mrs. T by author 

McDonald, Wm Colt, Mascarada Pass 

On t op : 

U.S. Senate Manual, 1953 

5th shelf from bottom 

Desmond, Alice Curtis, Glamorous Dolly Madison . Insc. to 
Mr. & Mrs. Truman, Nov. 1948 

Crane, Charles Edward, Let Me Show You Vermont . Insc. to 
Mrs. Truman by author 

Feuchtwanger, Lion, Proud Destiny . Signed "Bess W. Truman, 
October, 1947" 

Straight, Michael, Trial by Television . Signed by author 

Keller, Helen, Teacher: Anne Sullivan Macy 



348 



-54- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall - Behind Door 

5th Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Larkin, Lew Bingham, Fighting Artist 

The Alice B. Tokias Cookbook - gift of Gene Bailey to 
Mr. & Mrs. Truman, Xmas 1954 

Landes , Burton K. My Family & the Constitution 
Insc. to HST by author 

Gordon, Julius: Your Sense of Humor 
Insc. to HST by author 

Rysavy, Francors : White House Chef 
Insc. to Mrs. Truman 

Kelly, Frank K. : An Edge of Light 
Ins. to HST by author 

Spicer: Beacon Lights of Prophecy 

Fain, Sara Pett: The Fiddle & the Bow 

Insc. to HST from author and Rev. S. A. M. King 

Hymnal 1935 Episcopal 

Selby, John: Time Was . . . 

6th Shelf, from bottom 

Handy, W. C. editor: The Treasury of the Blues 
Insc. to HST by Handy 

American Processional 1492-1900 

Nat ' 1 Capitol Sesquicentennial Coram. 

Mo Ik, Sophia: On the Wings of the Wind 
Insc. to Mrs. T. by author 

Gilmore, Albert Field: The Christ at the Peace Table 
Insc. to Mr. & Mrs. T. by Mae S. Lowe 

Miller, Francesca Falk: Never Winter & Other Poems 
Signed by author 

Small, Marvin: The World's Best Recipes 

Insc. to Mrs. T. by author 

(Book contains Mrs. T's pound cake recipe on p. 256) 

Haskell, Henry C, Jr.: City of the Future: A Narrative 
History of Kansas City 1850-1950 

Harrison, Gordon: Road to the Right 

349 



-55- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall - Behind Door 

6th Shelf , from bottom (cont) 

Trapp, Maria Augusta: The Story of the Trapp Family Singers 

Whalen, Grove: Mr. New York 
Insc. by author to HST 

Wyllie, Irvin G. The Self-Made Man in America 
Insc. to HST by author 

Winn, Godfrey: The Bend of the River 
Author insc, to Margaret Truman 

Magidoff, Robert: The Kremlin vs. The People 

Sutton, Horace: Sutton's Places . Insc. to HST by author 

Short, Sam B.: ' Tis So . Insc. to HST by author 

Hindus, Maurice: Crisis in the Kremlin 

Link, Henry C.: The Rediscovery of Morals 
Insc. to Mrs. T. from author 

Crum, Bartley C: Behind the Silken Curtain 

Insc. "To Harry S. Truman, in my judgement, as an independent 
Republican, the greatest Pres. of the U.S. Since Andrew 
Jackson. Respectfully, Bartley C. Crum" 

Canney, E. M.: God Speaks . Signed by author. 

Dahl, Ruald: Someone Like You Insc. by author 

Smiley, Nora K.: Hurricane Road . Insc. by author 

Behind door in corner 

A sweets jar - replica of 1844 

Sweeney Punch Bowl (Copy of letter from manufacturer inside 
5 5/8"wide x 13"tall wi/lid 

Police Billy Club with tassel 

Signed in the wood, in gold, Margaret Truman 23 3/4" long, 

1 1/2" dia. 

Small Brass Child's Chair, seat is upholstered in wine 
velvet, 10 3/4"wide by 17"high x 10 3/4" deep 



350 



-56- STUDY (cont) 

West Wall - Behind Door in corner (cont) 

Walnut trimmed, wine velvet upholstered side chair, tufted 
back - some Eastlake burled trim. 32 l/2"tall x 24 3/4"wide 

Faded mauve fabric pillow in chair. 

Behind chair in corner 

3 canes (1) Ebony w/hammered brass top (straight) 

*(2) Maple (?) w/curved top, brass plate "From Bess 
to Harry, 76th Birthday 
(3) Curved top, tapered, light wood (birch ?) 

1 Blue ukulele 

2 small American flags (silk) 

1 silouette of Gen. Andrew Jackson, on horse, cut from 
Masonite, signed "Uncle Norman" 

1 Brass Stencil, 16" dia . "Waggoner Gates Milling Co. 
Queen of the Pantry Flour, etc." 

Over red chair in corner (South) 

2 Gold, oval, velvet frames containing 5 snapshots of 
two youngest Daniel children, 

In other corner (West) Over chair : 

Icon: 22 x 17 1/2" ( Terrible shape) Hungarian Madonna & child 

Other side of door to Front Sitting Room - North corner 

Plaster or concrete owl (outside statue) in beige 6 l/2"w x 15 3/4" 

3 Canes: (1) Hawthorn, unfinished, rough cane, straight 

(2) Highly decorated, carved & painted, from Mexico 

(3) Curved bamboo 

North wall (over pile of Books) 

Audubon "Columbia Jay" Print #96, 47"tall x 33 l/3"wide 

Large pile of books - not inventoried (Books Mrs. LaMere 
says Marg. told her "to get rid of" some valuable items 
Library should have) 

North - Dormer window 



Green velvet recliner chair 

3 tiered lamp table 21 1/2"H x 32"long 

Top tier - 1 brass^f inish table lamp, beige shade, gold 
trim. 15"wide x 32" tall 

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-57- STUDY (cont) 

North Dormer window (cont) 

3 Tiered Lamp table (cont) 

Glass globe resting on metal base, containing red rose 

Small brass horse (?) from India 2"long x 6"high x 1 l/2"wide 

Middle Tier 

Box containing carved wooden owl 5 l/2"high, 3*'deep: card: 
"With warmest good wishes, John" (on back of John W. Snyder's 
calling card) 

Silver sterling, cigarette box lined with cedar lining, 
engraved initials "HST" 4 l/2"x 3 3/4"x 1 1/2" 

2nd Tier 

Books : 

Harriman, W.A. & Elie Abel Special Envoy to Churchill fc 

Stalin , 1941-1946 

Insc. "To Mrs. Harry S. Truman, With my deep devotion & 

fondest love from an old member of the President's team. 

W. Averell Harriman, Dec. 19 75" 

Ceramic ashtray w/bird. Signed "Janeway" 5 3/8"x 2 7/8"x 3/4" 

3rd Tier 

Silver box w/Presidential seal. 9 3/4"x 6 l/4"x 3" 

Books : 

Keeley, M. P. Mary Gentry & John Gallatin Paxton 

Bernstein & Woodward: All the President's Men 

Allingham, Margery Cargo of Eagles 

W. H. Hist. Assoc: The Living White House 

Davis, Jefferson: The Rise & Fall of the Confederate Govt. Vol.11 

Roosevelt , E . Tomorrow is Now 

The Quotable H.S.T . 

Hartmann, Susan Truman & the 80th Congress 

Davies, Richard 0. Housing Reform During the Truman 
Administration . Insc. to HST by Davies 

1 plastic "Weathercaster" in box 

By east Dormer Window 

Small wrought iron table w/swedish ivy 

352 



-5 8- STUDY (cont) 

By East Dormer Window (cont) 

Orange & white ceramic planter w/magazines 

On Floor - 6 murder mysteries (5 hard bound, 1 p.b.) 

Multi-colored plastic shopping bag w/lotions, toothpaste, 
mouthwash (from hospital) and 3 murder myseries (hard back) 

Moving Clockwise: Books, North & East Wall 

Section 1 Bottom to Top 

Phono Records 

1 Album - Gilbert & Sullivan The Mikado "Symphony Orchestra" 
conducted by Isadore Godfrey - 11 records. 

1 unopened pkg of Caedman records. Writen in pencil 
"From Mr. Mantell, Lasker Foundation" 

Columbia, Gershwin, "Rhapsody in Blue" 

Columbia, Claudia Muzio, Sop. sings operatic recital 

RCA Sir L. Olivier "Henry V" 

RCA "Stars of the Metropolitan" 

Columbia, Lily Ponds, "Daughter of the Regiment" 

Columbia - Rossini, "Barbaer of Seville". Unopened 
pkg (records) addressed to HST, from Yale Univ. 
dated Dec. 1956 

Decca, Rodgers & Hammerstein, "Carusel" 

Columbia " Rossini, "Barber of Seville" 

Decca, Delibes "Sylvia" Ballet music 

Album, Army Air Forces Band 

RCA Victor - Koussevitzky conducting Boston Symphony 
Tchaikousky ' s Symphony #5 

Columbia: Coates "London Again Suite" 

RCA Victor, Philadelphia Orch . plays Strauss Waltzes 

Columbia: Offenback: "Gaite Parisi'enne" 

2nd Shelf 

Walnut box containing 14 Hallmark Books 

353 



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2nd Shelf (cont) 

Webster's New International Dictionary , 1931 edition 
Signed "Harry S . Truman" 

3rd Shelf (L to R) 

8 vols . Nations of the World 

Perley's Reminiscences of Sixty Years in the National 
Metropolis . 2 vols. p. 1886 contain bookplates of 
"David W. Wallace" 

North East Wall - Sect. I, 3rd Shelf (cont) 

Sacred Biog. & History p. 1871 

Bible, King James version. Note, pencil, in front: 

"Little Mother's Bible given to me by Madge Nov. 4th, 1925" 

Office of the Chief Engineer General Headquarters, Army Forces, 
Pacific. O rganizations, Troops fe Training 1953 

Stacked on top 

(Proof copy) Warne , Wm E. Mission for Peace, Point IV in Iran 

O'Flaherty & Smit Roma Felix: Practical Guide for Walks in 
Rome . Insc. "To the best of old friends, Effie & Brooke Hugh" 

4th Shelf 

Selinko, Annemarie Desiree 

Sutton, Horace, Footloose in Italy 

Labande, Yvonne & Edmond Rome 

Insc. "A Happy Birthday and A Happy Journey from Clifton, 

May 8, 1956" 

1954 Guide to France by Michelin 

Knowles, Bernard Southhampton: The Eng. Gateway . Insc. to 
"Harry S. Truman, with best wishes from ?? Siddle(?), Chief 
Docks Manager at Southhampton, June 1956 

Mackenzie, Compton, The Savoy of London 

Nichols, Alice Bleeding Kansas . Insc. to HST by author 

Monaghan, Jay, Civil War on the Western Border, 1854-1865 
Card inside (M.T.'s calling card) 

"Happy Father's Day and I hope you don't receive ten copies 
of this book! Lots of love, Margie" 



354 



-60- STUDY (Cont) 

North & East Wall, Sect. I 

4th Shelf (cont) 

Joseph, Richard, Richard Joseph's Guide to Europe & the 
Mediterranean 

Clark, Sydney, All the Best in Belgium & Luxembourg 

Villard, Henry Serrano, Libya: The New Arab Kingdom of 
North Africa . Insc. to HST by author, July 3, 1956 

Boxed set: Fodor's Men's & Women's Guide to Europe . 2 Vols. 

Kempt on, Murray, Part of Our Time 

Behind: Coming Events in Rome, 1956 

Newman * s European Travel Guide 

Insc. to HST & Bess from Harold Newman, April 1956 

(Piled on top) 

Photo album of Trumans ' trip to Ed Pauley's Coconut Island 
in March '56 

1 book of clippings from above trip 

Clymer, Floyd, Cars of the Stars 

5th Shelf 

16 vols. Nations of the World Series 
Hall, Donald, Exiles & Marriages , poems 

Tashjian, James H. The Armenian American in World War II 
On Top The Jerome Kern Song Book 
6th Shelf 

17 Vols. Nations of the World , Series 

On Top : Brown, leather, gold trim photo album: "The Truman-Daniel 
Wedding, April 21, 1956, as reported in the Boston Globe" 

7th Shelf 

Wister, Owen, Ulysses S. Grant , Beacon Biography (signed 
"Isaac Levy" 

Van Dyke, Henry, The Story of the Other Wise Man 

Spenser, Edmund, The Fairie Queen . Signed "George P. Gates" 

355 



-61- STUDY (cont) 

North & East Wall, Sec. I 

7th Shelf (cont) 

Milton, John, Paradise Lost (1869 ed.) 

Van Dyke, Henry, The Friendly Year 

Shepard, Edward M. American Statesman: Martin Van Buren (1889 ed . ) 

Strabel, Thelma, Reap the Wild Wind . Signed "Margaret Truman, 
July, 1942, Independence, Mo." 

Van Dyke, Henry, The Unknown Quantity (1912 ed.) 

Hodge, A. A. A Commentary of the Confession of Faith , 
Signed "Geo. P. Gates, Independence, Mo. Dec. 1873" 

Whittier, John Greenleaf, editor, Songs of Three Centuries 
(1878) 

Saxe, John G. Poems . Signed: "A Present from brother Charles, 
Aug. 15/56 at Amherst College, Geo. P. Gates" 

♦Cortez, Hernando History of the Conquest of Mexico . Signed, 
Ed Payson Gates from his classmate C.H.S. Knox College, 
June 27, '67. Ltr. to "Gates" inside from Chas. H. Saurens 
Class of '67, the "Adelphi" 

"Quida, Tricotrin , Vol. VI. Signed "W.L. Cunningham, 2/22/96" 

Kasher, Rabbi Menahem M. Israel Passover Haggadah 

Tralle, Bertha Baldwin Mother Nature's Secrets (c.1930) 
(M.T.'s bookplate in front) 

♦Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth Evangeline . Illus. by Howard 
Chandler Christy. Signed"Bess Wallace, '05" 

*Riley, James Whitcomb, Riley Roses . Illus. by Howard Chandler 
Christy. Signed "B. Wallace, 1909" 

8th Shelf , L to R 

Masterson, Elsie & John, Nothing Watever To Do . 
Insc. by authors to Mr. & Mrs. Truman 

Donovan, Robert J. The Assassins 

Taylor, Telford, Grand Inquest : The Story of Congressional 
Investigations . Insc. to HST: "To the Hon. HST who used the 
Congressional power of investigation as it should be used. 
Telford Taylor, Jan. 1955" 

Taglienti, Maria Luisa The Italian Cookbook 

356 



-62- STUDY (Cont) 

North & East Wall, Section I 

8th Shelf , L to R (cont) 

Katz, Leslie, Invitation to the Voyage 

Crowson, James Earl Pathways . Insc. to HST by author. 

Jones, Katherine M. Heroines of Dixie (Limited/signed edition) 

Herbert, Anthony, Conquest to Nowhere . Insc. to HST by author 

Churchill, W., The Birth of Britain 

Goodwin, Ruby B. It's Good to Be Black . Ins. to HST by author 

Segal, Chas . M., Fascinating Facts About American Jewish 
History . Insc. to HST by author 

Jefferson, Thomas, Notes on the State of Virginia 

Sonnichsen, C. L. & Wm V. Morrison Alias Billy the Kid 

♦Course of Study & Rules & Regulations of the Independence 
Public Schools, 1909 

♦Raphael! an, H. M. , The Hidden Laguage of the Symbols in 
Oriental Rugs . Insc. to HST for Library 

Roman p.b. about Michelangiolo 

Univ. of Chicago & W. Wilson Foundation, Lectures & Seminar 
at the Univ. of Chicago in celebration of the Centennial of 
Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1956 

8th Shelf - Top 

Harvard School of Public Health, Proceedings of the Second 
Conference, Ap. 20-22, 1954. Industry & Tropical Health, II 

♦Leather photo album, presented to HST by American Weekly. 
Photos from Mr. Citizen (brown) 

♦Guestbook - USS Shangri La (boat or Camp David) . Many signatures 
Dates '46-' 49 

Blue leather photo album, Decennial Dinner, Am. Comm. for 
Weizmann Inst, of Science, HST, Guest of Honor. 12/3/53 

Box, contains leatherbound The Bible in Pictures . Presented 
to HST by Grand Lodge of the State of Israel 



357 



-63- STUDY (cont) 

North & East Wall, Section II 

8th Shelf - Top (cont) 

Price, Harry Bayard The Marshall Plan and Its Meaning 

Annual Rept . of the N.Y. Historical Society 1954 

Morrison, Judge John The Real David Crockett 

Esslinger, Wm. Politics & Science (Intro by Albert Einstein) 

O'Keane, Josephine Thomas J. Walsh: A Senator from Montana 

Brochado, Costa Fatima In the Light of History 

White, Nelia Gardner The Thorn Tree 

Ballinger, Bill S. The Tooth & Nail 

Fenisong, Ruth Widows ' Plight 

Seifert, Shirley Farewell, My General 

Spicer, Emerson Hospitalization Insurance in the Light of 
the Naked Truth 

Powell, Richard, False Colors 

Klein, A. M. The Second Scroll . Insc. to HST by Rabbi 
Gershon Hadas 

Adenauer, Konrad, World Indivisible 

Next 7 shelves filled with objects 

Bottom Shelf - Phono Records 

3 large brown & beige albums conaining records 

Album - Rachmaninoff - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini 
#43 - A. Rubenstein 

Columbia - Doris Day - "Cuttin' Capers" 

♦Columbia - Isaac Stern, violonist, plays Wieniawsky, 
Concerto #2. Insc. "to Pres. Harry S. Truman-With admiration 
and respect for one of the greatest human spirits in our 
time. Isaac Stern, 1959" 

London: "Operatic Highlights for Orchestra, #2" 

Andre Kostelantez (no slipcase) 



358 



-64- STUDY (cont) 

North & East Wall, Section II 

Bottom shelf - Phonograph records (cont) 

RCA Victor Album, Beethoven 9th - Toscannini & the NBC Symphony 

Columbia - Zino Francescatti , violinist, plays Krisler 
& Paganini 

Columbia - Kreisler plays Romberg 

Mercury - Alfred Newman & Hollywood Symphony plays selections 

RCA Victor - Stowski & Hollywood Bowl Orch . Brahams, 

Symphony #7 

London - L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande- "Victor Olaf 
Orchestral Concert" 

North East/North Wall - 3rd Section 

Bottom shelf 

♦Sandburg, Carl, New American Songbook (Blue slipcase) 
Insc. "For Harry Truman and the Library, with salutations 
hight respect and ever good wishes, C. Sandburg" 

Mailer, Norman, Marilyn A Biography 

Large framed photo: LBJ, Lady Bird & family. Signed: 
"For Pres. & Mrs. Truman with the warm affection of all 
of us! Lady Bird & Lyndon B. Johnson, Christmas 1967 

1 vol . Arizona Highways 1955 

Boxed blue leather, gold trim, 1 vol. Edition, 

Sandburg, Carl A. Lincoln (End papers by Edward Steichen) 

♦Selva, Salomaon de la. Ilustre Familia. Beautiful. (In 
Spanish, leatherbound) 

Bound Sat. Evening Post, 3/12/55 "Norman Rockwell Issue" 

Records : 

RCA Edgar "Pomp & Circumstance" 

Victor: Voices of the Golden Age of Opera. Vol I 

RCA Victor: L. Stokowski - Tchaikovsky "Sleeping Beauty Ballet" 

Victor: Stars of the Met. Opera, Vol. II 



359 



-65- STUDY (cont) 

N.E. /North Wall - 3rd Section 

Bottom Shelf (cont) 

Black leather photo album: "To H3T A souvenir of his contribution 
to the cause of live music at the American Federation of 
Musicians Convention in Milwaukee, June 1954, Compliments 
James E. Petrillo, Pres . American Federation of Musicians" 
(Photos re pres. of Steinway at HSTL) 

2nd Shelf from bottom 

*2 Large photo albums - Abbie Rowe - White House - GOOD'. 

U.S. Gov't Printing Office. Documents Illustrative of the 
Formation of the American States, 1927. 69th Cong., 1st 
Session H.D. #398. Insc."to HST by C. (?) K. Street, 
Aug. 28, 1955" 

St. Louis Up to Date c. 1895 

Prait, Fletcher Civil War in Pictures 

Tenth Anniversary of the signing of the U.N. Charter 
San Francisco, 1955 

CIO 1935-1955: Industrial Democracy in Action, Dec. 1955 

Green notebook, contining unrevised proof. Steinbeck, John, 
The Short Reign of Pippin IV . Card inside: "For Mr. Truman, 
John Steinbeck" 

Snyder, John D. I Love Books: A guide Through Bookland 
Insc. "To Mrs. Harry Truman /With sincerest good wishes/ 
from J. D. Snyder/April 1958" 

A Collection of Great American Short Stories Written in 
the 19th Century 

Dimondstein, Boris, Fables . Insc. "To President Harry Truman/ 
Boris Dimondstein" 

Dimonstein, Boris, Yockel the Melamed and Other Poems . Insc. 
as above 

Pacific Historical Review, August, 1956 

The New York Historical Society Quarterly. Vol. XL July 1956 #3 

Reader's Digest, September 1956 

ed. Labaree Leonard W. & Bell, Whitfield J. Jr. Mr. Franklin : 
A Selection From His Personal Letters 

2 copies of the Christmas issue of Ideals , November 1955 
1st copy has card of Mary and H. C. Mattern inside front 
cover. 

360 



-66- STUDY (cont) 

N.E./East Wall - 3rd Section 

2nd Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Andriola, Alfred and Casson, Mel Ever Since Adam and Eve 
(several contributors) 

5 copies of Kansas City Area of Missouri (Tourist booklets 
from early 50 's) 

The George Washington University Federalist, Sept. 1956 

On top of these books - horizontal 

The Encyclopedia Americana Vol. 1. Presidential seal & 
Harry S. Truman embossed on front. Signed by Fred P. Murphy 
1959 edition. 

3rd Shelf from bottom 

Encyclopedia Americana Vol. 2-13 1959 edition 

4th Shelf from bottom 

ED. Pratt, Charles Stuart and Ella Forman, Little Folks 

Insc. "Frederick G. Wallace/with living wishes/From/Mama Gates" 

Kenamore, Clair, From Vanquois Hill to Evermont: A History 
of the Thirty Fifth Division of the United States Army 1919 

ED. Markham, Edwin, The Real America in Romance , 15 vol. 1914 
Sticker inside fron cover : "Margaret Truman's Book" 
Vol. 13 is missing. 

On top of above books : 

Durkin, Joseph T. , Georgetown University: First in the Nation's 
Capital . Insc. "To President Harry S. Truman/with my admiration 
and respect /Joseph T. Durkin, S . J. /November 4, 1969" 

Horan, James D., Across the Cimarron 

5th Shelf from bottom 

Steiner, Leonard, Masonry Illustrated . Insc. "To M.W.B.: 
HARRY S. Truman/A real first /Mason/Leonard (?) Steiner/ 
M.A. Rasko/1955/IV/21" 

Wilson, John M. Open the mind and Close the Sale: The Key to 
Success in Selling . Insc. "To the Honorable Harry S. Truman/ 
Sincerely/Jack Wilson" 

ED. McCoy, Samuel Duff, How Prayer Helps Me . Printed card 
inside "With the compliments of George W. Joel" Written on card: 
"Our deep and sincere thanks for your contributions to this 
book'Trinted "The Dial Press, Inc. New York 16" 

361 



-67- STUDY (cont) 

N.E. Wall - 3rd Section 

5th Shelf from bottom (cont) 

The Writings In Prose and Verse of Eugene Field 
Inside front cover "B Wallace" 11 vols. 

The Human Interest Library , 5 vols. Chicago, Midland Press 

Williams, Kenneth P., Lincoln Finds a General: A Military 
Study of the Civil War . Insc. "To our most beloved member/ 
Pres. Harry S. Truman/With best wishes from/"The Harpies" 

6th Shelf from bottom 

Barnard, Harry, Rutherford B. Hayes and His America 

Cresson, W. P., James Monroe 

Chamberlain, Samuel E., My Confession 

Rosey, Ruth M. Out of the Saltbox: The Savor of Old Vermont 
Insc. "For Bess Wallace Truman" by author 

Harding, Addie Clark and Eskew, Garett Laidlow, America 
Rides the Liners . Insc. "To Mrs. Truman by author-Eskew) 

Owen, Frank Tempestuous Journey Lloyd George His Life and 
Times 

Hambidge, Gore, The Story of Fao . Insc. by author 

Davenport, Russell W., The Dignity of Man 

Official Congressional Directory 92nd Congress Second 
Session Convened January 18, 1972 

Jessel, George, This Way, Miss . Insc. "Dear Mr. President: 

My love and/affection for you/is entered in the/honest content of/ 

this book/Georgie Jessel" 

Halle, Louis J. Civilization and Foreign Policy an Inquiry 
for Americans *•» 

Intro by Dean Acheson. Insc. by Acheson 1-6-55 

Davies A. Powell, The Urge to Persecute . Insc. by author 
Feb. 1954 

Braddon, Russell, The Naked Island 

Galbraith, John Kenneth, The Great Crash 1929 



362 



-68- STUDY (cont) 

N.E. Wall, 3rd Section 

6th Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Reben, Martha, The Way of the Wilderness . Signed by author 

Wibberley, Leonard, The Mouse that Roared . Insc . by Dick 
Berger . 

7th Shelf from bottom 

Twain, Mark, The Letters of Quintus Curtius Snodgrass , 
ed. by Ernest C. Leisy. Insc. by editor 

The Best of Mark Twain: 17 Stories and Sketches . 4 record, 
talking book set. Signed by Lou Gershon, K.C. 

Clemens, Cyril, Mark Twain for Young People . Insc. by author. 

The Writings of Mark Twain . 15 vols, of a 25 vol. set 
Hillcrest Edition. Printed inscription: "This is the 
authorized uniform edition of all my books. Mark Twain." 1906 

The Writings of Mark Twain. 2 vol. set. Limp leather set 

8th Shelf from bottom 

The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne . 12 vol. set 

Twain, Mark, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the Adventures 
of Huckleberry Finn . Insc. to HST on card of David B. 
Doiman "Harry S. Truman" embossed in gold on front cover. 

TOP SHELF 

Stevenson, Adlai E. Call to Greatness . Insc. "For Harry S. 
Truman/from a great admirer, with the/urgent request that 
he waste/no time between the covers/of these lectures/ 
Adlai E. Stevenson/Kansas City, Aug. 1954" 

Sunderwirth, Wilbert W. What Time it it, World? A Timetable 
of Prophecy . Insc. by author 

Beecroft, John, Kipling: A Selection of His Stories and Poems 
2 vol. 

Ives, Elizabeth Stevenson and Dolson, Hildegarde My Brother 
Adlai 

Klopsteg, Paul E. and Wilson, Philip D. Human Limbs and Their 
Substitutes . Insc. by Klopsteg. 

Trachsel, Herman H. and Wade, Ralph M. The Government and 
Administration of Wyoming 

363 



-69- STUDY (cont) 

East Wall, 3rd Section 

Top shelf (cont) 

Morris, John V., Fires arid Firefighters 

Ed. Markhara, Edwin, The Real America in Romance , vol. XIII 
(See Shelf 4) 

Vanderbilt, Amy, Complete Book of Etiquette: A Guide to Gracious 
Living . Insc. by author. 

The Royal Shak<=>spere : The Poet's Works in Chronological Order 
3 vols. Blue bookplate of David W. Wallace inside front cover. 

Jensen, Amy La Follette, The White House and Its Thirty-Two 
Families . Insc. by author 

Leeming, Joseph, The White House in Picture ind Story 

4th Section, Bottom Shelf 

World Geographic Atlas: A composite of Man's Environment 
"Harry S. Truman" written on page 1 

Green Scrapbook full of clippings about HST 

Baigell, Matthew, Thomas Hart Benton 

"To Bess Truman with highest regards, from Tom and Rita 

Benton. Thomas H. Benton" 

Longford, Elizabeth, Winston Churchill: A Pictorial Life Story 

The American Story . Scripts prepared by Broadcast Music, Inc. 

"Dictionary, Please.'" A word game in a green box 

Other games in boxes: 
Dr. I.Q. 
Lawmakers 
Las Vegas Wild 
Scrabble in red leather box 

Kolodin, Irving, The Guide to Long-Playing Records: 
Orchestral Music 

2nd Shelf from bottom 

The Horizon Book of The Age of Napoleon 



364 



-70- STUDY (cont) 

East Wall, 3rd Section 

2nd Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Gameboard for Lawmakers game 

A Treasury of Great Mysteries Vol. 2 ed. Haycraf t , 
Howard and Beechcraf t , John 

Davis, Elmer, Not to Mention the War . Insc. by author 
Note brora Gene Bailey 

4th Section , 2nd shelf 

Roske, Ralph J. and Van Doran, Charles, Lincoln 's 
Commando: The Biography of Commander W. P. Cushing, U.S.N . 
Inscribed 

Evans, Joseph E. Through Soviet Windows . Typewritten note from 
Bernard Kilgore of the Wallstreet Journal. 

Acheson, Dean, A Citizen Looks at Congress 

Weizmann, Chaim, Trial and Error: The Autobiography of... 

Gibran, Kahlil, The Prophet . Inscribed by Rene Shapshak 

Douglas, Lois Smith, Through Heaven's Back Door: A Biography 
of A. Joseph Armstrong . Inscribed by author. 

Farrow, Tiera, Lawyer in Petticoats 

Osgood, Robert Endicott, Limited War: The Challenge to 
American Strategy 

Hassler, Warren H. Jr., General George B. McClellan: Shield 
of the Union 

DeMare, Marie, G.P.A. Healy American Artist: An Intinerate 
Chronicle of the 19th Century . Insc. by author 

Hackett, James P., The New Jersey Citizen 

Booklet, 85th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Report 

6 German Generals, The Fatal Decisions 1956 

ed. Davidson, John Wells, A Crossroads of Freedom: The 
1912 Campaign Speeches of Woodrow Wilson 

The National Encyclopedia Vol. 1 . Bookplate-ex libus, 
Mr . & Mrs . Harry S . Truman 



365 



-71- STUDY (cont) 

East Wall (N/NE) 

3rd Shelf from bottom 

The Encyclopedia Americana Vols. 14-25 
4th Shelf from bottom 

American Heritage, Dec. 1954, Vol VI #1 

Encyclopedia Britannica World Atlas 

Rand McNally Special Road Atlas 1956 

Jens, A.M., Our American Heritage . Insc. by Frank Glenn 

4th Section, 4th Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Caxton editions of novels by Charles Dickens 
(From Library of David W. Wallace) 

12 Vols. 

/Sketches by Boz ('Oliver Twist 

\jale of 2 Cities I Pictures from Italy 

Dombey and Son ^American Notes 

Little Dorrit /Great Expectations 

Nicholos Nickleby CUncommerical Traveller 

Pickwick Papers David Copperfield 

Child's History of England and Misc. 

("Old Curiosity Shoppe Martin Chuzzlewit 

\Hard Times 
Christmas Stories and Printed Pieces 

5th Shelf from bottom 

Block, Herbert, Herblock's Special for Today 

Hachiya, Michihiko, Heroshima Diary: The Journal of a Japanese 
Physician Aug. 6-Sept . 30, 1945 

Booklet - What Language Did God Speak 

Graves, Robert and Padro, Joshua, The Nazarene Gospel Restored 

Perkins, Polly, Silhouettes and Samplers . Insc. by author 

Ceran, C. W. Gods, Graves, and Scholars: The Story of 
Archaeology . Insc. by Edith Helm 

Gentry, Jean Littleton, Mama and the Author . Insc. by author 



366 



-72- STUDY (cont) 

Study N/NE 

5th Shelf from bottom (cont) 

Bromfield, Louis, Malabar Farm 

Desmond, Alice Curtis, Martha Washington, Our First Lady 

Goodman, George, A Time for Paris . Insc. by author. 

Bowles, Cynthia, At Home in India 

Lyons, Eugene, Our Secret Allies: The Peoples of Russia 

Larkin, Lew, Bingham: Fighting Artist . Insc. by artist 

Sinnette, Katherine Lyon, Oil Lamps and Open Fires . 
Insc. by author 

Lucas, E. V., A Wanderer in Paris 

Pulatarch's Lives of Illustrious Men . 3 vols. 

Westcott, Edward Noyes David Harum: A Story of American Life 

NE/E Wall, Fourth Section 

Library Publishers Inc. The International Standard Atlas 
of the World 

Cairns, Huntington & Walker, John, Great Paintings from the 
National Gallery of Art . Insc. by David E. Finley, Director 

Collection of Works of Mark Twain 
Volume XX - Printed inscription 
Volume IX XXI XIV 

XII XXV 

XVI XXIV 

XXII XXIII 

Steinberg, I. N., In the Workshop of the Revolution 

Eisenschiml, Otto & Newman, Ralph, The American Iliad 
Inscribed: "From Margaret, Christmas 1947. Property of 
Harry S. Truman" 

Freeman Douglas Southall 

George Washington, A Biography 

Volume 1 & 2 

Volume 1 inscribed by donor John Stigall 

8th Shelf 

The Cuneo Press, A Collection of Stories of America's Past 
Written in the 19th Century 

367 



-73- STUDY (cont) 

Fourth Section 

8th Shelf 

The Cuneo Press, A Collection of Stories of America's Pas t- 
Written in the 19th Century 

Fermi, Laura, Atoms in the Family, My Life with Enrico Fermi 

Brownlow, Louis, A Passion for Politics, The Autobiography 
of Louis Browrilow 

Ginsberg, Paul, Wake up, America . Insc. by author 

Gamble, Bert, Days of Yesterday and Songs of the Palouse 
Country . Insc. by author 

Lentz, Theo F. Towards A Science of Peace 

Renshaw, Wilbur G., West of North . Insc. by author 

Fisher, Agnes Adams, The Quiet Woman 

Bishop, Jim, The Day Lincoln Was Shot . Insc. by A. J. Granoff 

Slaughter, Frank G., The Song of Ruth 

Leslie, Anita, The Remarkable Mr. Jerome. Insc. by HST 
"From George Allan Dec. 24, 1954" 

de Toledano, Ralph & Lasky, Victor, Seeds of Treason 
Bookplate of William Hillman 

Williams, J. H., Bandoala 

Hawley , Cameron, Executive Suite 

Whitmore, Stanford, Solo 

Smith, Lillian, Now Is The Time 

Hayes, Jess G., Apache Vengeance 

Sumner, William Graham, American Statesman, Andrew Jackson 

Irving, Washington, Crayon Miscellany . Signed in pencil M. B. 
Gates 

9th Shelf 

Lawrence, T. E., The Mint . Copy 10 limited edition of 1000 

Warner, George Townsend, The New Groundwork of British History 

Dickens, Charles, Bleak House . Bookplate "Library of David 
Wallace" 

368 



-74- STUDY (cont) 

Fourth Section 

9th Shelf (cont) 

Dickens, Charles, Our Mutual Friend . Bookplate from 
David Wallace 

Dickens, Charles, Bernaby Rudge and Edwin Drood 
David Wallace Library 

Irving, Washington, The Sketch Book 

Irving, Washington, Tales of a Traveler 

Irving, Washington, Mahomet Goldsmith Moorish Cronicles 

Irving, Washington, Alhambra 

Irving, Washington, The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus 

Irving, Washington, Astoria Bonneville Salmagundi 

Schachner, Nathan, Thomas Jefferson, A Biography Vol. I & II 

5th Section - 1st Shelf 

Photo, frame of Prince Philip of England 

Black & white formal photo in black leather frame. Photo 
signed by "Barron" the photographer and signed by the Prince 
"Philip 1951" Signature fading. 7"xl0" Gold Royal seal at 
top . 

Matching photo of the Queen, signed "Elizabeth 1951" 

Bottle of E. Remy Martin Cognac (unopened) 

Electric viewer for slides, label on side "Captain Frank P. 
Gatteri" Still pict . sig. C & H. B. Pentagon" 8 3/8"x 6 3/4" 
x 1 1/4" 

Oversize loose portfolio - Alfredo Just (sculptor) 
"El Arte y La Libertad" in Spanish, inscribed to HST 
12 3/8" x 16" 

Parade, The Miami Herald article "Our Four Living Presidents" 
letter from Jack Anderson attached 

Framed photo of Perle Mesta, silver frame: autographed to 
Mrs. Truman 13 l/4"x 16 1/2 

Framed photo of three young ladies (unknown) 

Photo underneath of Mrs. Truman, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt 

& unidentified, unknown lady. 11 l/2"x 13 3/4" 



369 



-75- STUDY (cont) 

Fifth Section , 1st Shelf (cont) 

Personal fan, battery operated, white & black plastic 
"I'm a Harriman fan" on front. Mini-breeze made by Lake 
Electronics, Chicago, IL. 4 3/8"x 2 l/4"x 1 3/8" 

The Complete Works for Piano Solo, W. A. Mozart done by 
Walter Gieseking bound in an album, blue moire' finish 
with gold lettering. Pamphlet explaining each work. 
11 records in 3 packages, factory seal still intact on 
packages; made by Angel Records 13 l/4"x 13 1/4" x 2" 

5 die, white w/black dots 3/4"sq 

5 die, red w/white dots 3/4" sq 

5 die, in box. Ivory; all five have the same images; 

images of King, Queen, Jack, nine of diamonds; done in 

red, black & blue inks. Die: 7/8"sq. Box 5 3/8"w x 1 3/8"sq 

The National Encyclopedia , P. F. Collier & Son Corporation 
Volume 2-10; in red leather binding. White House book 
plates inside cover 8"xl0 1/2" 

The Encyclopedia Americana , Americana Corp. Vols 26-30 
Red leather binding, trimmed in gold, "Harry S. Truman" 
on cover 

The Shorter Cambridge Medieval History , C. W. Previte'- 
Orton ; 2 volumes enscribed "For Harry S. Truman with affection 
and respect from a man he "fired" Steve Springarn 
Jan. 21, 1953. Bound in brown leather. 

Fifth Section, Third Shelf 

In The Nursery of My Bookhouse . Edited by Olive Beaupre' 
Miller. Vols 1-6. Inside cover "Margaret Truman 1927" 

The University Club of Washington; The First Fifty Years 
1904-1954 , Cecil J. Wilkinson 

Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds 
Charles Mackay 

Aldrich, Richard Stoddard, Gertude Lawrence as Mrs. A. 

Adams, Henry, Democracy : An American Novel 

Cruttwell, Maud, Madame De Maintenon. Signed inside cover: 
"Natalie Ott Wallace" 

McCanse, Ralph Alten Alan, Waters Over Linn Creek Town 
Insc . by author 

Smith, Robert Paul, "Where Did you go?" M 0ut" "What Did you 
Do?" "Nothing" 

370 



-76- STUDY (cont) 

Fifth Section, Third Shelf (cont) 

Morgan, Edward P. (edited by) This I Believe 

Lyons, Harry D., When McQueen Was King . Insc. by author 

Morgan, James, Our Presidents: Brief Biographies of our 
Chief Magistrates. In HST's handwriting: "From Mother 
Wallace, Dec. 25, 1931 Harry S. Truman" 

FIFTH Section, Fourth Shelf 

Lilienthal, David E., TVA Democracy on the March . "Inscribed 
for Harry S. Truman who did so much to make the progress of 
the TVA a reality. With esteem, David E. Lilienthal, July 
19, 1953" 

Stover, Clara with Koury , The Life of Russell Stover 

Jackson, Helen Hunt, Ramon a . Signed "Bess Wallace 1913" 

A Handbook for the Exhibition Buildings of Colonial 
Williamsburg (pamphlet) 

Webster, Hutton, Modern European Civilization. Inside 

cover "Margaret Truman , Gunston Hall"(numerous notes in pencil) 

Rocker, Rudolf, The Six 

Defoe, Daniel, The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe 

Henty , G. A., In the Reign of Terror . Inside cover in 
pencil, "Senorita Bessie Wallace #506 N. Delaware St., 
Independence, MO from Aunt Margaret" 

Recreational Booklets on 16 Missouri Areas imprinted, "Hon. 
Harry S. Truman" on cover. Published by Division of Resources 
& Development 1945-55 

Bullfinch, Thomas, Bullfinch's Mythology, The Age of Fable, 
The Age of Chivalry, Legends of Charlemagne 

Fifth Shelf 

Van Buren, Abigail, Dear Abby 

Du Maurier, Daphne, The Glass-Blowers 

Willison, George F., The Pilgrim Reader 

Bloom, Vera, There's No Place Like Washington . Insc. by author. 

Zwisohn, Rose R. , The Promised Land . Insc. to MDT from author. 

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Bookcase 

Fifth Section - Fifth Shelf (cont) 

Gulick, Bill, The Land Beyond 

Ben Gurior, David, Rebirth and Destiny of Israel . 
Insc. by donor Chas . Israel 

Almedingen, E. M., A Very Far Country 

Bloom, Vera, The Entertaining Lady 
Insc. to Mrs. Truman by the author. 

Ben-Horim, Nahum, Peace Through Freedom . Insc. by author 

Kerr, Jean, Please Don't Eat the Daisies 

Hurd, Charles, Washington Cavalcade . Insc. by author "With 
love to a dear and considerate friend, "Edith Holm"" 

Gruening, Ernest, The State of Alaska 

The Century Dictionary , 1936, Vol. 1-3 White House book plate 

Fith Section - Sixth shelf 

Johnson, Annie Fellows, The Little Colonial Stories . Bookplate 
of MTD inscribed in pencil "From Aunt Natalie & Uncle Frank 
Christmas 1931" 

Lasswell, Mary One on the House . Insc. - "Bess W. Truman 
Christmas '49 from Mary Paxton" 

Fergusson, Erna, New Mexico: A Pageant of Three Peoples 

Franz, von Papen, Memoirs translated by Brian Connell 1953 

The 1971 World Almanac & Book of Facts. Published by the 
Kansas City Star 

Mattheissen, A. B., The Singing and the Gold . Insc. by author 

The Washington Merry-Go-Round . In HST's handwriting inside 
cover: "From Fred Dec. 25, 1931, signed Harry S. Truman" 

Syrett, Harold C. Andrew Jackson . Card inside" "To the most 
Jacksonian President since old Hickory .. .Francis Heller" 

Burnett, Frances Hodgson, A Little Princess . Insc. "To 
Margaret from cousin Helen & cousin John, Christmas 1932 
25 Dec." 

f?°?y mous > The Mirror s of Washington . Signed "Harry S. Truman 

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-78- STUDY (cont) 

Bookcase 

Fifth Section - Sixth shelf Ccont) 

Ferguson, Erna, Albuquerque . Insc. by author "For Mrs. Truman 
to welcome her to our town... June 15, 1948" 

Howe, Quincy, The World Between the Wars 

Langer, William L. and Gleason, S. Everett, The Undeclared 
War 1940-1941 

The Memoirs of Marshall Foch , 19 31 HST signature inside 

cover . 

Costain, Thomas B., Son of a Hundred King s 

Fifth Section - Seventh Shelf 

Williams, Walter and Shoemaker, Floyd Calvin, Missour i 
Mother of the West . Vols. 1-5 

Pogue, Forrest C, The Supreme Comman d 

Nicholson, Harold, King George V 

Price, Don K., Government and Science: Their Dyn a mic 
Relations in American Democracy 

Alcott, Louisa M. , Eight Cousins or The Aunt-Hill 
Margaret Truman bookplate 

Milner, Lucille, Education of an American Liberal 

Chase, Mary Ellen, A Goodly Heritage 

Wildman, Rounsevelle, China's Open Door, A Sk e tch of Chinese 
Life & History 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Essays . Signed inside cover "Bess 
Wallce" Avon Edition. 

Martin, Ewan , The Knight of King's Guar d 

Fifth Section - Eighth Shelf 

Jones, E. Stanley, Abundant Li ving . Insc. "Greetings to the 
Truman family from Dr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Greene Christmas 1945" 

Kipling, Rudyard, Phantom Rickshaw. Signed "B. Wallace, 
signed "B. Wallace" in pencil, inside cover 



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-79- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Fifth Section - Eighth Shelf (cont) 

Wells, David Dwight, Her Ladyship's Elephant , signed 
"B. Wallace May 30, '01" 

Curwood, James Oliver, The Valley of Silent Man , signed 
inside cover, "H.S. Truman 1920" 

Hilton, James, LostHorizon , 1934 

Grey, Maxwell, The Silence of Dean Maitland . Insc. "Bessie 
Wallace from Uncle Ed and Aunt Pattie Dec. 25, 1898" 

Kennedy, Joseph P., I 'm For Roosevelt 

Trine, Ralph Waldo, In Tune With The Infinite 

Powers, Tom, Virgin with Butterflies . Insc. "Bess W. 
Truman, 1945" 

Griff is, Stanton, Lying in State 

Anthony, Katherine Queen Elizabeth . Insc. "From Frank & 
Natalie, Christmas 1931 (signed) Harry S. Truman" 

Lowe , J . M . , The National Old Trails Road 1925 

American Battle Monuments Commission, American Armies and 
Battlefields in Europe, 1938 . Insc. to President Truman 
by Francis Yeager 

War Birds: Diary of an Unknown Aviator 1926 

Samet, Arthur, Pictorial Encyclopedia of Furs . Insc. by author 

Marie, Grand Duchess of Russia, Education of a Princess: A 
Memoir 

Fifth Section - Ninth Shelf 

Proceedings of the Bar & Officers of the Supreme Court of 
the United States, April 4, 1955 (In memory of Robert 
Houghwant Jackson) 

La Rousse Encyclopedia of Mythology 

Mitchell, Lt . Col. Joseph B., Decisive Battles of the Civil War 

Halasz, Nicholas, Captain Dreyfus: The Story of Mass Hysteria 



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-80- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Fifth Section - Ninth Shelf (cont) 

Cerf, Bennett, The Encyclopedia of Modern American Humor 
Insc. "For Bess and Harry Truman with deep admiration, 
Bennett Cerf, July 26, 1955" 

Reuben, William A., The Atom Spy Hoax 

^Johnson, Walter, How We Drafted Adlai Stevenson 

\^ An Anthology of Famous American Stories 

Moon, Christine Cooper, Dear Christy ... .Memories of My 
Fifty Years . Insc. by author 

Hamilton, Edith, The Greek Way to Western Civilization, 
p.b. signed by donor, Hawthorne Daniel 

Katz, Irving I., The Bethel Story with a History of the 
Jews in Michigan Before 1850 

Gardner, Erie Stanley, The Land of the Shorter Shadows : 
Exploring Baja California . Insc. by author. 

Goodrich, Leland M. & Simons, Anne P., The United Nations and 
the Maintenance of International Peace and Security 

Kornitzer Bela, The Great American Heritage: The Story of 
the Five Fisenhower Brothers 

Tetens , T. H., Germany Plots with the Kremlin 

Sixth Section - Ninth Shelf - Sound Recordings 

Columbia Masterworks : Nelson Eddy w/orchestra by Robert Armbruster 
"By Request" 4 albums 

Columbia: Nelson Eddy "Four Indian Love Lyrics" 2 albums 

Decca: Ethel Merman "Annie Get Your Gun" 6 records 

Decca-Rose Ann Carr "An Album of Sacred Music" 4 records 

Victor - Nelson Eddy 13 in leather album (I) 

Columbia: Nelson Eddy "Hymns We love" 

RCA Victor: Nelson Eddy "Twelve Beloved American Songs" 6 records 

MGM : Jimmy Durante Collection of 6 in leather bound album 

Record Album II (11 records) Victor records by Nelson Eddy, 

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-81- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Sixth Section - Ninth Shelf (cont) 

(cont) Margaret Strickler, Jeanette MacDonald, Sergei 
Rachmaninoff, Bing Crosby, Amelita Galli 

Columbia: Nelson Eddy "Patter Songs from Gilbert and 
Sullivan" 3 records (set M 670) Vol. 2 

Columbia: Nelson Eddy "Patter Songs from Gilbert and 
Sullivan" 3 records (set M-440) 

RCA Victor: Eddy Arnold "All Time Hits from the Hills 

4 records 

Sixth Section - 8th Shelf 

Victor: Alexander Brailowsky, pianist, Chopin waltzes 
(Op. 69-70 & Posthumous) 2 records. Card attached to 
inside cover "Loads and loads of love to Daddy on "his" 
day from "Sistie" on the back of a Margaret Truman card 

The Selznick Studio: Album of the transcriptions from the 
films, "Since You Went Away" and "Spellbound". 3 records 
Pamphlet enclosed on "Spellbound" 

Master recording Co.: J. B. (Jim) McCahey sings Irish 
tunes. 5 records 

Master recording Co.: J. B. (Jim) McCahey sings standards 

5 records 

Custom recording in red leather binder "The Presidents March" 
played and recorded for President Harry S. Truman by the 
Longines Symphonette, Michel Piastro, conductor 

RCA Victor: Leonard Bernstein, pianist and conductor; the 
Philharmonia Orchestra of London. 3 records 

Columbia: Edward R. Murrow : "I Can Hear It Now" Vol. 2 
1945-1949 5 records 

RCA Victor: Jose Iturbi and Amparo Iturbi "Music for Two 
Pianos" 3 records 

Victor: Myra Hess piano and orchestra conducted by Walter 
Goehr (recorded in Europe) Schvraann: Concerto in A Minor 
For Piano and Orchestra. 5 records 



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-82- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Sixth Section, 8th Shelf (cont) 

Decca: Lili Kraus, Piano and Lzyraan Goldberg, violin 
"Mozart, Six Sonatas for Piano and Violin" 3 records 

RCA Victor: San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, Pierre Monteuix, 
Conductor "Antar Symphony" No . 2 Op . 9 . 3 records 

Decca: Clifford Curzon , piano, with The National Symphony 
Orchestra "Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor Opus 15 (Brahms) 
6 records 

Sixth Section, Seventh Shelf 

Victor: John Charles Thomas "I Hear America Singing" 2 records 
Insc. "For President Franklin Delano Roosevelt with the best 
wishes of John Charles Thomas" 

London: The Tonhalls Orchestra, Zurich, conductor: Victor 
Reinshagen Emmerich Kalman Suite. 2 records 

U.S. Departmen of Interior, various events including Boston 
Pops Symphony Luncheon for the President, Feb. 6, 1947 & 
AAF Symphony Orchestra (same luncheon) 5 records 

Viotor: Ignace Jan Paderewiski, piano solo Beethoven Sonata 
No. 14 in C Sharp Minor "Moonlight" 2 records Op. 27, No. 2 

RCA Victor: Alexander Brailowsky, Pianist "Chopin Waltzes" 
(vol. I) 4 records 

RCA Victor: First Piano Quartet "Encores" 3 records 

RCA Victor: Arturo Toscanini & the NBC Symphony Orchestra: 
Berlioz Romeo and Juliet, Opus 17 Dramatic Symphony-Excerpts 

RCA Victor: Igor Stravinsky conducting the RCA Victor 
Symphony Orchestra: Divertimento (from the ballet "The Fairy's 
Kiss" 3 records 

Victor: Auturo Rubinstein: Piano Music of Villa-Lobos. 2 records 

Songs by Everett W. Hall; Arthur Roberts. 4 records 
Ltr. to HST, 10/1/48 from Condon, U.S. Dept . of Commerce 

Victor: Artur Rubinstein, Beethoven "Pathetique" Sonata No. 8 
in C Minor, Op. 13. 3 records 

Victor: The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, Conductor, 
The National Symphony Orchestra, Hans Kindler Conductor "Roumanian 
Rhapsody No. 1 in A Major" , "Roumanian Rhapsody No. 2 in D Major 
2 records 

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-83- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Sixth Shelf, Seventh Shelf (cont) 

Victor: Vladimir Horowitz, pianist, Moussorgsky Pictures 
at an Exhibition 

Second Corner Section from left of stereo 

Fifth Shelf from top - L to R (Books) 

Information Please Almanac for 1960 

Tobin, Richard L. Decisions of Destiny 

Haiman, Miecislaus: Koscuiszko: Leader fc Exile 

White, Theodore H.: The Making of the President, 1960 
Signed: E. C. Daniel, Jr. 

World Almanac, 1954 



Moore, Raymonds: China Doctor: The Life Story of Harry Willis 
Miller . Insc. to HST by H. W. Miller, Aug. 1961 

Maclnnes, Helen; North From Rome . Insc. "For Mr. & Mrs. Harry 
S. Truman, Bon Voyage from Rose & Gene &. Mrs. Smith May 26, 
1958" 

Lukacs , John: A History of the Cold War 

Clark, Mark W.: From the Danube to the Yalu 

Collis, Robert: African Encounter 

Dooley, Dr. Tom: Three Great Books 

Hugh-Jones, E.M.: Woodrow Wilson and American Liberatism 
Insc. to HST from author: "The one thing we learn from history 
is that men never learn from history!" 

Sixth shelf from top - Records 

Album - RCA - Arturo Toscannini & BBC Symphony: Beethoven 
Symp . #1 and Brahms Tragic Overture 

Album, RCA Victor: Whitemore & Lowe, duo pianists, and D. 
mitropoulos & RCA Symphony - Poulenc, Concerto in D minor 
for 2 pianos & orchestra 

Single, Advance : "Interlude with Lorry Raine" 

Album RCA Victor: Serge Koussevitzky , Boston Symphony, 
Ravel's "Symphonie Espagnole" 



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-84- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Sixth shelf from top - Records (cont) 

Album RCA Victor: Alexander Brailowsky, pianist Complete 
Chopin Etudes 

Sonona album: Sparkling piano melodies played by Pauline 
Alpert 

Album, Columbia Masterworks : Edward Kilenji plays "Chopin 
Etudes, Op. 25" 

Album, Columbia Masterwork: Edward Kilenji, pianist, D. Mitro- 
poulos and Minneapolis Symphony, Chopin, Concerto #1 in E Minor 
piano & orchestra 

Album, RCA: A. Toscannini, Respighi, The pines and The Fountains 
of Rome 

Album, Columbia Masterworks: Mozart, #ine Kleine Nachtmusik, Felix 
Weingartner & London Symphony Orch. 

Album, RCA, Serge Koussevitsky & Boston Symphony, Beethoven's 
Eroica Symp. #3, E flat. Sealed, never opened 

Columbia Masterwork: Selmar Meyrowitz & Grand Orchestra 
Philharmonique de Paris, Edward Kilenyi, pianist, Liszt 
Hungarian Fantasia for piano and orchestra 

Album, RCA Victor: London Philharmonic, Malcolm Sargent, 
Cond, Chopin's Les Sylphides 

Album, RCA Victor: Chopin Favorites played by the First 
Piano Quartet 

Seventh Shelf from top - Records 

Album, RCA: Boston "Pops" Orchestra - Strauss Waltzes 

Albums : Contains many single recordings 

Moriz Rosenthal , pianist 

Edward Kilenyi, pianist 
♦Ignace Jan Paderewski, pianist 
♦Josef Lhevinne, pianist 

(9 records) 

♦Album: from George Burns, Gracie Allen. Script & recording 
of Maxwell Coffee, Time, Feb. 21, 1946. Insc. "In appreciation 
of your interest and your sense of humor, Sincerely, Gracie 
Allen &. George Burns" 

Decca album: Edwin Lester's Production of Song of Norway - 
Original N.Y. cast 

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-85- STUDY (Cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Seventh Shelf from top - Records (cont) 

Victor album: L. Stokowski & Philadelphia Orchestra, 
Tchaikowsky , Nutcracker Suite 

Columbia album: Ravel, piano concerto for left hand. Robert 
Casadesus, piano, Eugene Ormandy & the Philadelphia Orchestra 

RCA Victor album: Lawrence Tibbett Program 

RCA album: Ferruccio Tagliavini sings Operatic arias, RCA 
orchestra w/Antal Dorati, conducting 

Victor album: Musical masterpiece, Julius Reubke, Sonata for 
organ in C Minor, on the 94th Psalm. E. Power Biggs, organist, 
playing in Harvard's Memorial Chapel 

Album: Plis Master's Voice, English recording, Sir Adrian Boult, 
& BBC orchestra, Gustav Hoist, The Planets 

Single: Tribly Lundberg plays 5 compositions by Samuel Kaylin 

Single: Artist's Recording Corp; Bach-Gounod "Ave Maria", 
Viadimir Christenko, solo violin 

RCA album: Gilbert & Sullivan, H.M.S. Pinafore 

Eighth Shelf from top 

Album: Cetra Early Italian piano music, Vera Franceschi 
Insc. "To Pres . Truman, the world's best known pianist, 
with admiration, Vera Tranceschi, Ap . 29, 1949" 

RCA album: Older "Victor Talking Machine Co." Selections by: 
E. Caruso, Antonio Scotti, John McCormack, Fritz Kreisler 
(Recorded on one side only) 

Foster Hall Album: Stephen Foster Melodies, U.S. Marine Band 

Album containing various selction's one of which: K.C. Philharmonic 
Karl Krueger conducting, Mrs. Thomas J. Strickler, colortura 
soprano "The Last Rose of Summer" 
Reverse: "The Wren" 

Mrs. Strickler singing "Rigoletto (Unlabeled recording) 

Several Damon studio recordings (KCMO) of M. Truman, dates 
& selections not listed 

Large album with: NBC recording of M.T. (no selection) 

Mrs. Strickler "The Wren" 

One International Transcription of Nelson 
Eddy, 9/26/45 "O'er Meadowlands" 



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-86- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Eighth Shelf from top (cont) 

♦American Amplifier and Television Corp, Wash., D.C. 
Recordings of 41st Inaugural Ceremonies, 1949 
Jan. 20th, Harry S.Truman (3 records) 

RCA Victor album: Various operatic selections 

Victor album: Wagner: Arias from Parisfal & Lohengrin 

Record album: Lafayette College Choir 

" " : Varsity Glee Club of Purdue University 

RCA Victor album: Serge Koussevitsky , cond, Boston Symphony 
"Richard Strauss' Till Eulenspiegel ' s Merry Pranks" 

Bottom shelf 

Album, Columbia: Anton Paulik, cond. Vienna Symphony, Strauss, J. 
"One Night in Venice" (operetta) 

2 vol. album in slipcase, Columbia: Malcolm Sargent, Liverpool 
Philharmonic Handel's Messiah 

Victor: Ned Seal album: A Song Program by James Melton, tenor 

RCA single: "Show Biz Variety from Vaude to Video" Narrated 
by George Jessel 

RCA Album: "Horowitz-25th Anniversary of his American Debut" 
Recording of Carnegie Hall Recital, Feb. 25, 1953 

Columbia album: Malcolm Sargent & Liverpool Philharmonic 
Handel's Messiah 

RCA Victor album: Edwin McArthur conducting Victor Symphony 
Orchestra in Wagner's Parsifal, Duet from Act. 2 w/Kirsten 
Flagstad, soprano; Lauritz Melchior, tenor 

RCA, 2 vol. album: Soloists, chorus and orchestra of L'Opera, Paris 
conducted by Henri Busser 

Columbia: "I Can Hear it Now" Edward R. Murrow & Fred W. Friendly 

Columbia, 2 vol. album: Ruccini "La Boheme" Recorded at the 
Met , NY City 



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-87- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Next section, just to left of stereo 

Top to Bottom 

Top Shelf, Books : 

♦Patton, Mary: River Gold 
Insc. "For Mary Margaret from her godmother, Mary Paxton, 
Aug. 19, 1928" 

Wren, Percival Christopher: Beau Geste 

♦ Christian College Prize Plays edited by Mary Paxton Keeley, 
1934. Signed "With love, Mary" 

School Laws of the State of Missouri , Jeff. City, Mo. 1887 

Longfellow, Samuel, ed . Life of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 

Twain, Mark: A Tramp Abroad . 2 vols. Signed "H.S.Truman" 

♦Gervantes, Don Quixote p. 1863. Signed "Geo. P. from Edward 
P. Gates, Jan. '66" 

Deland, Margaret : The Rising Tide 

Dumas, Alexandre; The Man in the Iron Mask 

Twain, Mark, Tom Sawyer . Signed "Margaret Truman, Easter 
1934" 

2nd Shelf from Top - Books 

L to R 

The Bible Story Book for Boys & Girls. Signed "To Margaret 
from Mother & Dad, Christmas 1932-25 Dec." 

Miller, Olive Beaupre Whisk Away on a Sunbeam (childrens book) 

Bruckner, Leona S. Triumph of Love . Insc. to HST by author 

Hergesheimer , Joseph: Swords & Roses . HST has signed "From 
May & George, Dec. 25, 1931 Harry S. Truman" 

Religious Denominations of the World , pub. 1871. Signed 
"G.PT Gates, Indep., Mo." 

LeBlanc, Maurice: The Confessions of Arsene Lupin . Signed 
F.E. Gates" 



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-88- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Next section, just to left of stereo 

2nd Shelf from Top - Books (cont) 

The Short Stories of Robert Louis Stevenson . Signed 
"H.S. Truman, 1924" 

Sabatini, Rafael: The King's Minion . Signed "Bess W. 
Truman, March, 1931" 

Fillmore, Cora D. Christ Enthroned in Man 

Fillmore, Charles The 12 Powers of Man 

The complete works of Mrs. Hemans (Poetry) Vol. I 

pub. 1852. Signed "Marga C. (?) Gates, Brother Charles" 

3rd Shelf from Top - Records 

*RCA Victor Records, assorted (one side only) 
Kreisler, Fritz, violin "Souvenir" 

Efram Zimbalist, violin, Stephen C. Foster, "Massa's in 
the Cold, Cold Ground" 

Alma Gluck, soprano, "Lo, Hear the Gentle Lark" 

John McCormac, Tenor, "Tis an Irish Girl I love and She's 
Just Like You" 

♦Alma Gluck & Efram Zimbasist "Old Folks at Home" 

John McCormack, "At Dawning" 

" " "When you Come Back" 

"A Little Love, A Little Kiss" 

Sophie Braslau, "The Sweetest Story ever Told" 

Fritz Kreisler: "Songs my Mother Taught Me" 

Kreisler & Mc Cormack Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman 



Two Liberace Albums (on front "To Pres. Truman from a 
fellow pianist, Liberacei, 1 March 19, 1949" 
Inside album: "To Pres. Truman, I have realized one of 
the greatest thrills of my career tonight, March 19, 1944, 
I would love to play for you again someday. Liberace" 



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-89- STUDY (cont) 

BOOKCASE 

Next section, just to left of stereo 

3rd Shelf from Top - Records (cont) 

Columbia, album: Rise Stevens & Nelson Eddy. Excerpts 
from "The Student Prince" 

Victor album: Lauritz Melchior. Songs and scenes from 
MGM's "Thrill of Romance" 

Decca album: The Desert Song" Starring Kitty Carlisle and 
Wilbur Evans 

(Single record stuck inside) 

Decca: "Beat Out Dat Rhythm on a Drum" Kitty Carlisle and 
Russ Morgan's orchestra 

Album, Sonora "Xmas Carols" 

Columbia Album: Nelson Eddy & Rise Stevens "The Chocolate 
Soldier" 

RCA Album: Lauritz Melchoir "Two Sisters from Boston" 

Columbia album: Lily Pons Program 

RCA Album: Maggie Teyte, soprano "French Operatic Arias" 

Apollo Records: "Cy Walter at the Drake Room Piano" 
Insc. to M.T. by pianist. 

Victor Red Seal, Jeanette MacDonald in "Up in Central Park" 

with Robert Merrill. Insc. to HST: To President Truman with 

my sincere thanks for a wonderful half hour. Sigmond Romberg, 
Wash. D.C. March 12, 1949" 

Decca Album: (2 albums ) "Oklahoma ! " - Original New York cast. 



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